Here’s a Model Fitness for Duty Policy you can adapt based on the laws of BC.
Guidance and Insights
Transport Canada agreed to reduce flight attendant staffing requirements provided that the airline seeking the exemption could demonstrate that the reduced crew could carry out the necessary evacuation within 15 seconds.
Federal OHS officials across the country will be inspecting workplaces to see if employers are complying with the new GHS rules.
Yukon is raising its 2018 workers’ comp average assessment rates 6¢ to $1.87 per $100 of assessable payroll.
A worker fell about 20 feet after tripping on a footrest inside the cabin of a dragline excavator.
A grain terminal worker went into a receiving pit without his supervisor’s knowledge or permission and basically drowned in the accumulated grain.
Saskatchewan, summary of Policy changes made by the Workers’ Compensation Board since May
Prince Edward Island, a modest dip in time-loss injury rates failed to offset sharp rises in claims numbers.
Québec denied environmental certification of a proposed uranium mine.
The federal government and Québec announced plans to jointly invest $57.5 million for St. Lawrence River conservation initiatives over the next 5 years.
A hydro linesman threatens his supervisor in the face while receiving a negative performance review.