Exposure Control Plans (ECPs) are written documents that describe a company’s plan for managing a health hazard in the workplace. They are required by WorkSafeBC under section 5.54 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation at workplaces where hazardous levels of exposure are possible.
The Fire and Flood Restoration Program Technical Advisory Committee has developed exposure control plan guides for common health hazards in the restoration industry. Every company is responsible for developing their own ECP for their own workplace(s). The purpose of these guides is to provide restoration companies with much of the information they will need to create their own ECPs.
Lead Exposure Control Plan Guide (download)
Mould Exposure Control Plan Guide (download)
Elemental Mercury Exposure Control Plan Guide (download)
Polychlorinated Bipheyls (PCBs) Exposure Control Plan Guide (download)