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Publication Type: Statistics Audience: Employees General Public

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December 1, 2018

Description

This annual report provides statistical information of workplace injuries, diseases and fatalities in Alberta for the year in review.


Views: 2229
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October 1, 2018

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The Short-Term Employment Forecast (STEF) provides a three-year overview of occupations expected to be in-demand in the next three years. This forecast can be used by a variety of organizations, governments, businesses and the general public to learn about where there are expected to be more jobs...


Views: 139
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March 27, 2018

Description

This resource contains statistics illustrating the current state of apprenticeship and industry training in Alberta. The statistics include numbers of registered apprentices, technical training attendance and credentials issued. Current data is presented with historical data to illustrate trends...


Views: 1320
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March 1, 2018

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The Alberta Wage and Salary Survey is undertaken by the Alberta Labour to provide current wage rates and skill shortage information on various occupations in Alberta, and in specific industries and economic regions. In 2017, a supplemental survey gathered data on the nonprofit/voluntary sector in...


Views: 63
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January 1, 2017

Description

Canadian Occupational Projection System (COPS) Alberta Industry Employment Outlook.


Views: 809
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December 15, 2011

Description

Produced annually, each document lists of companies with Occupational Health and Safety convictions for the year identified, and includes the date of conviction, incident date and location, total penalty, creative sentence penalty amount, and recipient(s) of the creative penalty.


Views: 13
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January 1, 2011

Description

Presents the annual lost-time claim rate for Alberta from 1991 to 2010. A lost-time claim is a claim for an occupational injury or disease, which disables the worker beyond the day of injury. The lost-time claim rate is calculated by dividing the number of lost-time claims by the person-year...