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Organizations: Labour Audience: Legal and Law Enforcement Professionals

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February 1, 2019

Description

This standard contains the minimum course content for approved Health and Safety Committee (HSC) and Health and Safety Representative (HS representative) training courses. It was developed to govern training agencies and facilitators in the development and delivery of approved training courses.


Views: 169
Last Modified

January 1, 2019

Description

A report on compliance is a documentation tool used by a work site party who has received an order(s) to comply, under section 59, 60 and/or 61 of the OHS Act.


Views: 134
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July 30, 2018

Description

Employers who have workers at more than one work site have unique considerations when determining the need to establish an HSC or HS representative. This resource will explain when an HSC or an HS representative is required.


Views: 224
Last Modified

July 30, 2018

Description

A health and safety representative (HS rep) works with the employer to identify and solve health and safety concerns at the work site. They also promote awareness and interest in health and safety.


Views: 42
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April 1, 2018

Description

The right to participate ensures workers have an opportunity to participate in decisions that affect their health and safety at work. This resource will explain what the rules around the right to participate are.


Views: 109
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March 1, 2018

Description

This bulletin will discuss what a joint work site health and safety committee (HSC) is, what a health and safety representative is and does your workplace require a health and safety committee or safety representative?


Views: 195
Last Modified

April 28, 2017

Description

The Westray Memorandum of Understanding defines protocols between police and occupational health and safety (OHS) officers for investigating serious workplace incidents. This will help investigators determine if criminal charges may be warranted in addition to OHS violations.