BC Safety Authority’s 2016 to 2018 Business Plan now available
By Doug PicklykHPAC General
The BC Safety Authority’s (BCSA) 2016 to 2018 business plan outlines its goals for the next three years and defines how it will measure success. The theme, Growing Participation, represents BCSA’s business focus in the fourth year of its 10-year strategy. The business plan describes how it will deliver on its strategy by enhancing support for the integrity of the safety system.
Catherine Roome, BCSA president and CEO, said the BCSA would use technology tools to put more valuable safety information into the hands of employees, clients, stakeholders and the public. “The availability and exchange of this information will change behaviours in a predictable way, resulting in better safety,” said Roome.
In 2016, BCSA will: expand and enhance client portal; expand the safety products and services it offers to asset/equipment owners; enhance technology infrastructure and processes for employees; expand and enhance its Resource Allocation Program (RAP); standardize and enhance its certification processes; and implement compliance and enforcement program improvements.