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Your Presenter: Ryan Conlin
Legal Basics and Specific Actions You Can Take to Prevent Reprisal Claims and Avoid Costly New Penalties under the Tougher New Section 50 Rules that Prohibit Employers from Intimidating, Dismissing or Imposing Penalties on Employees for Exercising Rights under OHSA
One thing is certain: the tougher new Section 50 anti-reprisal rules — just enacted as part of Bill 160 — have an IMMEDIATE and direct impact upon your safety program.
Under the tougher new anti-reprisal provisions, MOL Inspectors can now refer OSHA reprisal complaints to the Labour Relations Board for investigation. The OLRB now has the power to award significant damages … and can require an employee who has been terminated to be reinstated.
Make no mistake: these changes will almost certainly result in an increased number of employee complaints against employers … an increased number of anti-reprisal investigations … and an increased number of penalties against employers for Section 50 violations.
Get the Help You Need to Stay On Top of the New Anti-Reprisal Rules
Join us on December 8th, and Ryan Conlin, partner at Stringer Brisbin Humphrey, and noted expert on Section 50 anti-reprisal rules, gives you the clear guidance and practical insight you need now to comply with Section 50 anti-reprisal provisions – and limit your legal risk.
Here’s just a sample of the valuable help you when you participate in this 90-minute, webinar:
What Are “Reprisals” Under the New Bill 160 Provisions?
How the New Section 50 Provisions Affect Your Safety Program
What Steps You Can Take to Protect Your Organization and Limit Legal Risk
You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions and get clear, practical answers to guide you through the tougher new Section 50 anti-reprisal provisions and clearly understand how the new changes directly affect your organization’s safety program and policies.
If you are responsible for overseeing your organization’s safety program, or for limiting legal risk to your organization, this 90-minute webinar provides you with critical guidance you need on what to expect and what to prepare for under the new Section 50 provisions.
Ryan is a frequent speaker to a number of employers, safe workplace associations, and human resource groups on a wide range of Occupational Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation issues. He is co-author of the Special Report for Canada Labour Views on “Corporate and Organizational Liability for OH&S Under Bill C-45” and “OH&S Due Diligence in Ontario: A practical Guide”. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Western Ontario teaching Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Law.