July 11, 2018 | While the precise effects of legalizing recreational marijuana on the Canadian workplace are unknown, there appears to be a general sentiment that use will increase, even if only temporarily, once recreational use becomes legal. What does this mean for your workplace? How can management and occupational health and safety professionals provide a safe workplace, without infringing on employees’ privacy and human rights with respect to legalized drug use?
May 23, 2018 | Learn about recent OHS trends and how they impact your department. Topics covered include cannabis legalization, WHMIS 2015, sexual harassment, C-45 and more. Get steps on how to get compliant with these changes, quickly, including what you need to change in your policies today.
April 18, 2018 | Practical Coaching and Counselling Tips Helping people perform at their best is an invaluable skill that can set you apart as an exceptionally effective leader. No matter what field you’re in, improving your ability to coach and counsel is worth your time and energy. During this insightful webinar, Richard Hawk will reveal what it takes to hone your coaching and counseling skills. You’ll learn practical ways to put more punch in your prose, gain attention right away when it’s your turn to talk and how to make sure your messages are clear. You’ll enjoy this webinar and guaranteed you’ll feel it was time well spent.
March 14, 2018 | Do you have all the core policies your organization requires? And if so, when is the last time you revisited them and confirmed they were up to date with new legislation? It's easy to assume your policies are accurate, but in the event of a lawsuit, having an outdated policy could mean big fines - leaving everyone thinking, "Why wasn't this prevented?"
July 4, 2018 | Across Canada, Ministries of Labour are pushing stronger enforcement regimes. A major component of this thrust is an increasing volume of inspections. While some inspections result from complaints, increasingly, employers are being subject to random, unannounced inspections. Even the most safety conscious and diligent employer must be prepared to properly respond to a workplace inspection.
June 13, 2018 | Want to get up to date on OHS case-law developments? This webinar will provide an overview of important recent developments in OHS case-law across Canada including: The breadth of the “general duty” clause under OHS legislation, Powers of government inspectors to obtain documents, Whether employee releases of OHS claims are enforceable, Freedom of speech and workplace safety issues, Discipline for marijuana in the workplace.
April 4, 2018 | First we were told that sitting is bad for our health, now we are being told standing is bad for our health, leaving most of us unsure of what to do. This session will answer your questions about sit stand stations; including when they should be used.