December 6, 2017 | Occupational health and safety legislation in jurisdictions across Canada protects employees against reprisals when they exercise their rights under that legislation.
Join Alanna Twohey of Emond Harnden LLP as she provides a basic overview of reprisals in the occupational health and safety context across Canada, as well as practical tips for handling employees’ allegations of reprisal.
call 1.800.667.9300 Welcome to OHS Insider, Canada’s leading OHS Management and Compliance Resource. Find Out More Take a tour of all that OHS Insider has to offer OHS Managers like you. See exactly what our members have access to that […]
This January, learn how to support your employees with Wellness Resolutions. Registered Nurse and Health Coach Heather Ratliff will discuss learning objectives, goal setting and how to motivate employees to achieve their wellness goals with external motivation and your support as an employer.
Part two of The Insider’s 9th annual Due Diligence Scorecard featuring 16 lessons from recent Due Diligence cases, fines, laws and cases from December and more in the December edition of OHS Insider.
In Alberta is a company in compliance under AB OH&S in regards to Fall Arrest training if they have a designated person take a Train the Trainer seminar for the training purposes of the workers in the field?