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Current DCA Member Trade Information is Essential

DCA Members,

Always review and make sure the DCA has your up-to-date information in the Membership and Classified Listings Section. It is important for your company to be displayed on the site correctly.  This web site is the source for DCA member trade information - current company data is essential.


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Health and Safety Excellence Program

Health and Safety Excellence Program - Why join?

Keeping your team safe and healthy at work is good for business. Our program provides a clear roadmap for you to improve safety in your workplace, whether you are just getting started or want to improve systems and processes you already have in place. The program connects businesses of all sizes with WSIB-approved providers to help you develop a program that is suitable for your business. https://www.wsib.ca/en/health-and-safety-excellence-program-learn-about-our-program

Sign up for a webinar - To learn more about our Health and Safety Excellence program and how you can earn rebates and recognition while we help you build and enhance your workplace health and safety programs and keep your business pandemic ready, sign up for one of our webinars. You will get the opportunity to learn more about the program, find out how to get started and ask questions. https://www.wsib.ca/en/health-and-safety-excellence-program-webinars

Pandemic Readiness - Our program boasts 36 health and safety topics to help build a comprehensive health and safety system, five topics address the immediate pandemic-related priorities and can help businesses safely resume operations and remain open. Risk assessment – assess COVID-19 related health and safety risks in your workplace, including any new or modified operations or work locations, such as transitioning to work from home offices. Control of hazards – control the spread of COVID-19 through implementation of engineering controls, administrative controls, safe work practices, such as hygiene and sanitation, and personal protective equipment (PPE). Emergency prevention and preparedness – ensure your organization is ready to address challenges resulting from COVID-19 and is pandemic ready. Emergency response – define a work plan to address COVID-19, prevent spread, and resume your business operations safely. Workplace health promotion – empower your staff and support employee mental health through the pandemic and foster a more engaged

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Construction Projects

DCA is your information source for construction projects and tenders in the Durham Region and Surrounding Areas.  The Information Corner and Project List bulletins keep you up-to-date on:

Projects out for tender            Closing Dates               Site Meetings                            Locations

Prequalifications                     Addendum                    Description of the work       

Bid Results


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Building Safer Construction Sites

 Building Safer Construction Sites 

The Morning Blueprint by Construct Connect

Construction sites are dangerous places. Safety hazards lurk around every corner. This is evident by the high rate of occupational fatalities and injuries that occur each year in construction. Falls, electrocutions, heavy equipment rollovers and collapsing scaffolding are just a small number of ways workers can be seriously injured or killed on a construction site.

Construction firms that have achieved excellent safety records didn’t get them by accident. They aren’t lucky. These companies have made safety a key tenet of their company culture and have established proven safety programs that help them attain a goal of creating a zero accident work environment to protect their employees.

Building safer construction sites isn’t easy. It takes a tremendous amount of planning and work. Here are a handful of tips and advice to making every construction site safer.

- Establish a Safety Culture

- Create a Site Specific Safety Plan

- Training

- Empower Workers to Speak Up & Hold Each Other Accountable

- Conduct Daily Safety Meetings

- Inspect, Evaluate and Adjust



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