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Publication Type: Fact Sheet Audience: Job Seekers

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July 1, 2019

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This one-page infographic provides a summary of feedback from employers of post-secondary graduates who participated in the 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey.


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December 1, 2018

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This resource is an explanation on how and when to report a potential serious incident (PSI) to the government.


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November 1, 2018

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Changes to the Occupational Health and Safety Act improve the OHS system to better protect workers and ensure they have the same rights and protections as other Canadian workers. This resource highlights significant changes to the Act as of June 1, 2018.


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July 30, 2018

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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.


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July 30, 2018

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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.


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April 1, 2018

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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.


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March 1, 2018

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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?


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January 4, 2017

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As employment has fallen and unemployment levels have risen during the current recession the number of job vacancies has fallen sharply in Alberta: they fell 39% between the second quarter of 2015 and the second quarter of 2016.


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October 1, 2016

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This brochure covers the basic standards employees can expect. It outlines the law in everyday language.


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October 1, 2016

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Alberta’s Employment Standards Code sets out the minimum standards that apply to employees and employers under provincial jurisdiction. This brochure covers the basic standards employees can expect. It outlines the law in everyday language.