Bien que les conditions météorologiques dans de nombreuses régions du Canada demeurent relativement légères, c'est le moment idéal pour les propriétaires et les exploitants de clubs de golf et de vignobles de réfléchir aux risques liés aux conditions hivernales. En collaboration avec notre partenaire Allianz, nous avons élaboré une liste comprenant les meilleurs moyens de prévenir ces dangers. Comme on dit… mieux vaut prévenir que guérir.
While the weather in many parts of Canada remains relatively mild, now is a great time for golf club and winery owners and operators to think about the unique risks that come with colder temperatures. Working with our partners at Allianz we have developed a checklist including the best ways to prevent ice dams, frozen pipes and other winter woes. As they say…a little preventative maintenance goes a long way.
Tractors and self-propelled machinery can overturn or lose control, when working on slopes, uneven ground, near ditches or bunkers. Incorrect loading, weight distribution, poor or incorrect maintenance, turning on slopes and unsafe driving practices will increase the risk of an overturn or loss of control accident. Please share the attached material from the experts at CE Safety.
Effective May 01, 2015 the Policy Fee will increase from $162.50 to $170.00.
A complete copy of the article, ‘What Are The Chances’, can be found here.
Winterizing the irrigation system at a golf course can be extremely dangerous. Before you begin this process please review the attached article from the experts at CE Safety.
Preparing your golf course for winter often means final applications of fertilizer, aeration, the installation of covers on putting surfaces and winterizing the irrigation system.
The attached PDF outlines the roles, responsibilities and potential risks to employees working in the Pro Shop at a Golf Course.
Please review and keep a completed copy of this form in your files for all employees under the age of 16.
Effective May 15, 2013 the Policy Fee will increase from $150 to $162.50.