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The 13 Most Important OHS Cases of 2022

& The Practical Significance of Each One

The 13 Most Important OHS Cases of 2022

& The Practical Significance of Each One

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The recorded webinar is intended to assist supervisors and managers in understanding and fulfilling their responsibility for ensuring workplace occupational health and safety. This includes a review of basic obligations of supervisors & managers, the due diligence standard, attributes and responsibilities of duly diligent supervisors & managers, and much more.

Click here to watch this recorded webinar.

Occupational Health and Safety: Back to Basics!

With all the emphasis on COVID-19 safety during the Pandemic, it can be easy to overlook the basic building blocks that employers should assess and reassess when considering their occupational health and safety obligations. In this recorded seminar, learn about five key components that employers need to get right in order to put their health and safety programs on the right track.

Watch the webinar recording here.

OHS Policy Statement (Federal Version)

OHS laws require all companies to have an OHS policy, or written statement by senior management expressing the company’s commitment to protecting the health and safety of its workers and listing the OHS responsibilities of management, supervisors and workers. Here’s a template of an OHS policy statement based on federal law.

Click here to download the PDF.

Due Diligence Checklist

Use this checklist to determine if you have sufficient documentation of an effective OHS program in your workplace. Other due diligence factors to consider in this determination include health and safety performance in the workplace, your history of compliance with the OHS laws, the degree of hazard associated with violations, etc. This checklist is only a guideline.

Click here to download the checklist.

Report Preview 

Here are what we at OHS Insider believe to be the 13 most significant cases of 2022, along with a practical lesson and downloadable material that you can use to address the health and safety issue of the particular case and apply it to your own workplace.

In this report, you will find:

#1: Company Fined $560K After Due Diligence Defence Fails

Takeaway: How to prove Due Diligence – Reasonable Mistake of Fact.

#2: BC Ferry Company Fined $675K for Worker’s Drowning Death

Takeaway: Model PPE Policy to use at your workplace.

#3: Employer Didn’t Use Due Diligence to Prevent Crane Operator’s Head Injury

Takeaway: A Head Protection & PPE Compliance Game Plan to implement at your workplace.

#4: Employer Doesn’t Have to Stop Using Allegedly Privacy-Invasive GPS App

Takeaway: Workplace Electronic Monitoring Policy for you to adapt to your organization.

#5: Failure to Furnish Cold Water Protective Equipment Is Not Unreasonable

Takeaway: Receive a Cold Stress Compliance Game Plan to follow at your organization.

#6: Worker Gets $4.17 Million for Trauma of Witnessing Fatal Work Accident

Takeaway: OHS Legal Briefing: Workers’ Comp Coverage of PTSD & Mental Stress.

#7/8: Arbitrators Strike Down Post-Incident Drug Testing

Takeaway: Substance Abuse Compliance Game Plan to use in your organization.

#9: OHS Inspector’s Estimate Not Enough to Prove Trench Violation

Takeaway: Excavations & Trenching Safety & Compliance Game Plan.

#10: Farm Fined $125,000 for Not Isolating COVID-Infected Worker

Takeaway: Workplace Exposure Control Plan.

#11/12/13: Courts Uphold Employers’ Right to Enforce COVID Workplace Safety Rules

Takeaway: Mandatory Vaccination Policy & Workplace Facemasks Policy.

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