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Avoid Incriminating Yourself When Reporting Work Incidents to OHS Officials

2021-10-15T13:41:25-07:00

Don’t use legally required incident reports to “tell the story of the accident.” OHS laws require employers to report serious workplace accidents, injuries and illnesses to the government. Not filing

Avoid Incriminating Yourself When Reporting Work Incidents to OHS Officials2021-10-15T13:41:25-07:00

Scorecard of the Key Workplace Drugs & Alcohol Cases Decided Since Marijuana Legalization

2021-10-15T13:47:43-07:00

Using actual court cases to evaluate whether your workplace testing policies are legally sound. It’s been 3 years since Canada officially legalized recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018. Of course,

Scorecard of the Key Workplace Drugs & Alcohol Cases Decided Since Marijuana Legalization2021-10-15T13:47:43-07:00

Construction Safety And The Owner: Damned If You Don’t, Probably If You Do.

2021-10-15T11:42:09-07:00

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision suggests that owners of construction projects, even after delegating a General Contractor as the project's "constructor", may have reason to worry about attracting Occupational

Construction Safety And The Owner: Damned If You Don’t, Probably If You Do.2021-10-15T11:42:09-07:00

How to Avoid OHS Liability When Contracting with “Prime Contractors”/“Constructors”

2021-10-14T14:03:13-07:00

Implement a contracting due diligence strategy when hiring contractors to work at your site. Hiring contractors to do construction and other work at your site creates OHS liability challenges. That’s

How to Avoid OHS Liability When Contracting with “Prime Contractors”/“Constructors”2021-10-14T14:03:13-07:00
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