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Health & Safety News
Apr 23, 2014
Government to change rules in response to Lac-Megantic tragedy

Apr 21, 2014
RCMP simplifying rules for dismissing officers with medical problems

Apr 15, 2014
Panel didn't have enough time to conduct thorough review of scientific data

Mar 28, 2014
But union calls ruling 'good news for Canadians'

Mar 27, 2014
Have greater authority to ensure employers, workers following the rules

Mar 24, 2014
Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia face highest costs

Mar 17, 2014
Province will boost fines to a maximum of $1,000, drivers will also lose demerit points
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Apr 14, 2014
SeaWorld exposed trainers to recognized hazards, says court

Apr 14, 2014
Company fined nearly $37,000, 2 workers have died building the $1.2 billion stadium

Apr 9, 2014
Train derailed in New York City in December, killing 4
Current Issue
CURRENT ISSUE: Apr 2014
Inclusion of occupational disease spikes fatalities

Association will provide OHS training, educational services, safety information

Interactive workshops aim to improve workplace safety

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Canadian Occupational Safety magazine offers up some tips on how workers can remain safe when working on a ladder

Accommodating Persons With Disabilities

Learn best practices to facilitate the development of a more inclusive, barrier-free work environment that promotes the participation of persons with disabilities

Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act: Quick Reference - 2012 Edition

This 
Quick Reference helps you make sense of the Occupational Health & Safety Act(OH&S Act) and Regulations - quickly and easily - and lets you see exactly what you need to do to ensure your business complies with the sections of the OH&S Act and Regulations that relate to your business. Chapter 1 features more than 20 key compliance issues that are identified, defined, cross-referenced and accompanied by a legal compliance checklist and Chapter 2 is the full text of the OH&S Act and key Regulations.

New in the 2012 Edition:

  • Bill 160, overhauling Ontario's health and safety regulatory prevention structure in response to the recommendations of the Dean panel.
  • Consolidation of the confined space provisions for all sectors into one regulation.
  • Updated list of OH & S Resources and Index .  Order Now