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AGREEMENT #1

I understand that my vacation pay is included in my Gross Pay (pay rate +4% Vacation Pay). I also agree to have my vacation pay be paid out at the end of the year

AGREEMENT #2

I agree to work more than 8 hours per day (to maximum of 13 hours per day) or more than 48 hours per week (to maximum of 60 hours per week), and over time as published by the Ministry of Labour.

DECLARATION

I FULLY UNDERSTAND AND ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE INFORMATION GIVEN ABOVE BY ME IS COMPLETE AND TRUE ANY FALSE STATEMENTS, MISREPRESENTATIONS MADE ON THIS APPLICATION OR DURING HIRING PROCESS MÁY DISQUALIFY ME FOR EMPLOYMENT. IN TERMS OF MY EMPLOYMENT, I AGREE TO CONFORM BY THE RULES, REGULATIONS, AND CONDITIONS OF Simplex HR I FURTHER UNDERSTAND THAT THIS APPLICATION IS NOT CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS APPLICATION MAY BE USED/SHARED WITH OTHER Simplex HR PERSONNEL. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THAT FURTHER PROOF OF CERTIFICATIONS MAY BE REQUIRED AFTER BEING HIRED

EMPLOYMENT RULES

  1. An employee shall report all unsafe conditions, accidents, and injuries to the department supervisor immediately, i.e. ineffective guarding, oil spills, tile smell of propane, etc.
  2. An employee shall obey all warning and safety signs.
  3. An employee shall practice good housekeeping, i.e. place debris in proper garbage containers and keep aisles free from obstacles.
  4. An employee shall clean up non-hazardous spills immediately.
  5. An employee shall report all hazardous spills immediately to the department supervisor.
  6. An employee shall never use defective work tools. Notify the supervisor immediately.
  7. An employee shall store all flammable materials in designated containers and locations.
  8. An employee shall wear suitable clothing. (No loose clothing, jewelry, and rings).
  9. An employee shall ensure that long hair is confined with a hat/hair net or bound.
  10. An employee shall never use compressed air to clean their clothes.
  11. An employee shall wear all personal protective equipment as required:
    • a. CSA approved safety shoes are mandatory for employees working in the plant.
    • b. Safety glasses are mandatory while in the plant (you must take care of your own safety glasses and hand in the old one when getting a new one).
    • c. Hearing protection and Dust respirator masks shall be worn in designated areas.
  12. An employee shall report any missing or defective guarding, screening or protective devices to the supervisor.
  13. An employee shall only operate machinery or equipment if they have been properly trained.
  14. An employee shall never ride on a forklift or any other material handling equipment unless completely trained and approved by the supervisor.
  15. An employee shall inform the agency /human resources at least 24 hours before if they cannot report to work and if you failed to do so, SIMPLEX HR is allowed to deduct $50 from pay cheque.
  16. If employee can't make to his assigned job due to any emergency issues, make sure you return back to us with specified and proper documents such as doctor's note, appointment letter etc.
  17. We have zero tolerance policy regarding any kind of harassment including sexual.
  18. The employee agrees to work under our Subcontractor if needed so.
  19. THE EMPLOYEE HAS AGREED TO WORK UPTO 60 HOURS WEEKLY (NOT TO EXCEED 60 HRS)
  20. By signing below you agree to follow everything listed in this document.

Simplex HR Harassment Policy

Content Last Reviewed: January 1st, 2019

At simplex, we committed to provide a work environment where all employees are not only treated with respect but also dignity. Harassment is not accepted at any cause from any individual within the workplace. This includes employers, supervisors, clients, members of the public, etc.

A workstation harassment is defined as being involved in irritating comments against an employee in a workplace which is known to be unwanted or a sexual harassment. A workplace sexual harassment is defined as:

Being involved in comments against an employee in a workplace because of sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, where the comment is known to be unwelcome

When an employer or supervisor takes a sensible action which is related to the management of workers is not considered as workplace harassment.

Employees are told to report any type of incident of workplace harassment to the most suitable person. Management then examines the complaints of workplace harassment in an honest and respectful manner. Data given regarding an issue/accident is not revealed except as required to protect employees only to examine the complaints so that they can take the accurate action required by law.

Managers, along with the supervisors and employees always are expected to follow this policy. If failed to do so, they will be held accountable by the employer. Employees are never to be disciplined for complaining about an incident.

Managers, along with the supervisors and employees always are expected to follow this policy. If failed to do so, they will be held accountable by the employer. Employees are never to be disciplined for complaining about an incident.

By signing below you agree to follow everything listed in this document.

Simplex HR Health and Safety Policy

Content Last Reviewed: January 1st, 2019

The employer and senior management of Simplex HR are vitally interested in the health and safety of its workers. Protection of workers from injury or occupational disease is a major continuing objective.

Simplex HR will make every effort to provide a safe, healthy work environment. All employers, supervisors and workers must be dedicated to the continuing objective of reducing risk of injury.

Simplex HR as the employer, is ultimately responsible for worker health and safety. As president (or owner/operator, chairperson, chief executive officer, etc.) of Simplex HR, I give you my personal commitment that I will comply with my duties under the Act, such as taking every reasonable precaution for the protection of workers in the workplace.

Supervisors will be held accountable for the health and safety of workers under their supervision. Supervisors are subject to various duties in the workplace, including the duty to ensure that machinery and equipment are safe and that workers work in compliance with established safe work practices and procedures.

Every worker must protect his or her own health and safety by working in compliance with the law and with safe work practices and procedures established by the employer. Workers will receive information, training and competent supervision in their specific work tasks to protect their health and safety.

By signing below you agree to follow everything listed in this document.

Please read the following below. When completed you will be directed to complete a quiz that you must get at least 80% to complete your application.

What is GMP?

GMP stands for Goods Manufacturing Practice. A GMP is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize the risks involved in any pharmaceutical production that cannot be eliminated through testing the final product. GMP covers all aspects of production from the starting materials, premises and equipment to the training and personal hygiene of staff. Detailed, written procedures are essential for each process that could affect the quality of the finished product. There must be systems to provide documented proof that correct procedures are consistently followed at each step in the manufacturing process every time a product is made.

What is WHMIS?

WHMIS is a short form for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. It is a comprehensive plan for providing information on the safe use of hazardous materials used in Canadian workplaces. Information is provided by means of product labels, material safety data sheets (MSDS) and worker education programs.

What are the main parts of WHMIS?

The main components of WHMIS are hazard identification and product classification, labeling, material safety data. sheets, and worker training and education.

What are the duties under WHMIS?

Workers: Workers are required to participate in the training programs and to use this information to help them work safely with hazardous materials. They may also inform employers when labels on containers have been accidentally removed or if the label is no longer readable.

What is a Hazard statement?

Each hazard class and category has an assigned "hazard statement". Hazard statements are brief, standardized sentences that tell you more about the exact hazard of the product. The statements are short but they describe the most significant hazards of the product

Examples of hazard statements are:

Extremely flammable gas. Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated. Fatal if inhaled. Causes eye irritation. May cause cancer. The wording of the hazard statement helps to describe the degree of the hazard. For example: "May cause cancer" is more hazardous than "Suspected of causing cancer".

What is a Precautionary statement?

Precautionary statements provide advice on how to minimize or prevent adverse effects resulting from exposure to a hazardous product or resulting from improper storage or handling of a hazardous product. These statements can include instructions about storage, handling, first aid, personal protective equipment and emergency measures. Like the hazard statements, the wording of precautionary statements is standardized and harmonized..

There are five types of precautionary statements: General. Prevention. Response (including first aid). Storage Disposal.

Examples of precautionary statements are:

  • Keep container tightly closed.
  • Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
  • If exposed or concerned: Get medical advice/attention.
  • Fight fire remotely due to the risk of explosion.
  • Protect from sunlight.

Precautionary statements will be consistent with the degree of the hazard associated with the product. As a worker, what should I do when using a hazardous product?

Always check to see if there is a label on the product before you use it. Read, understand and follow the instructions on the label and SDS. Follow any additional education, instructions, and training as provided by your employer. Ask your supervisor if you are not sure about how to use or store it. Ask for a new label when the old one cannot be seen or read properly. Do not use a product that is not labelled or if the label is unreadable. Ask your supervisor for help (e.g., to replace the label).

This test will include a combination of multiple choice and true/false questions, please choose the best answer. You will be given 40 minutes to complete the test

Section 1: General Manufacturing Practice

Section 2: Math

Section 3: General

Which hazard class is represented by the following hazard symbol?
Which hazard class is represented by the following hazard symbol?
Which hazard class is represented by the following hazard symbol?
Which hazard class is represented by the following hazard symbol?
Which hazard class is represented by the following hazard symbol?
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