Getting Started

COVID-19 Notice:

Incidents that require reporting to OHS include where:

  • a worker is confirmed to have COVID-19 and the employer has reason to believe that the exposure occured at work; or
  • a worker is exposed to a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 and
    • the work site did not follow the rules, procedures, and guidance related to COVID-19 protection, or
    • the COVID-19 controls in place have failed.

If this applies, you can sign in here.


An employer or prime‐contractor can use this tool to report a Mining Incident as identified in section 40(4) or a OHS Online Incident Reports (OIR) as identified in Section 40(5).

Below are a series of questions that when answered can help you identify whether the incident needs to be reported. If you do not have an account, you will be able to create one after answering the questions.

If you already have an account, you can proceed through the questions below to determine if the incident needs to be reported, or you can sign in here.

Before you start
Please answer all questions below to see if the incident has to be reported.

Did the incident occur within Alberta?
Are you the prime contractor or employer responsible for the worksite where the incident occurred or reporting on their behalf?
If you are an employer at a worksite that has a prime contractor, it is the prime contractor’s responsibility to report the incident (unless you are reporting on their behalf).
Did the incident that occurred result in a death, admission to hospital, unplanned explosion / fire / flood, collapse or upset of a crane / derrick / hoist, collapse or failure of any building or structure component? Follow this link for more details.
Did the incident occur at a mine or mine site? Follow this link for more details on mining incidents.