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Manitoba: Amendments to The Workers Compensation Act Proclaimed into Force


Jamie Jurczak and Peter Mueller from Taylor McCaffrey give an overview of recent changes to Manitoba’s workers’ comp law, which take effect Jan. 1, 2015.

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5 Signs Your Workers May Be Struggling with Literacy and Essential Skills


Workers with literacy issues can endanger themselves and others in the workplace. Learn how to tell if your workforce may be struggling with literacy.

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Ohio Worker Caught on Video Faking a Workplace Injury


A worker from Ohio faked being injured on the job and got caught on video doing it. See what happened to him.

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Changes to Federal OHS Law to Take Effect Oct. 31, 2014


Changes to the Canada Labour Code that affect work refusals and impact federally-regulated workplaces will take effect on Oct. 31, 2014.

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Learn More about Proving Due Diligence on Nov. 5, 2014


Attend our Nov. 5 webinar for answers to questions about due diligence and concrete guidance on how to ensure your company could prove this defence.

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Protecting Workers from Ebola & Other Infectious Diseases


Learn where you can go for more information on Ebola and safety measures to protect workers from it and other infectious diseases.

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Oct. 16 Is Shake Out BC Day—Time to Think about Earthquake Preparedness


If you’re in BC or another part of Canada vulnerable to earthquakes, today’s a good day to review your preparedness & response measures for this disaster.

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OK to Fire Supervisor for Spreading Rumors Employer Bribed MOL Inspector


What should you do if you don’t think your employer is taking your complaints seriously? Well, don’t spread rumors it’s bribing safety inspectors!

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October Is Healthy Workplace Month in Canada


October is Healthy Workplace Month. So take this opportunity to promote healthy activities and diet in your workplace.

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AB Court Says Landowner Can’t Sue Regulatory Board for Environmental Harm


A property owner in Alberta sued not only the company she said harmed her property but also the province itself and a regulatory agency. Did she win?

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