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Toronto Plastics Company, Supervisor, Fined After Worker Suffers Permanent Injury

Posted by SafetyON | October 01, 2017

TORONTO, ON - An employer and a supervisor pleaded guilty and were fined a total of $53,000 after a temporary worker was permanently injured on a forklift.

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Ontario Expanding Worker Protections for Victims of Domestic or Sexual Violence

Posted by SafetyON | October 06, 2017

Ontario is creating safer workplaces by proposing a job-protected leave of absence when a worker or their child has experienced or is threatened with…

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Toronto Company Fined $60,000 for Ignoring Orders to Address Safety Violations

Posted by SafetyON | October 07, 2017

Convicted: Rex Pak Limited, 85 Thornmount Drive, Toronto, Ontario

Type of Business and Location: Industrial…

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Windsor Roofing Company Fined in Young Worker Fatality

Posted by SafetyON | October 08, 2017

Convicted: Dayus Roofing Inc., 5120 Halford Road, Windsor, Ontario

Location of workplace: Menard Street, Windsor

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Toronto Crane Company Fined $95,000 After Worker Fatality

Posted by SafetyON | October 08, 2017

Convicted: Toronto Crane Service Inc., 360A Deerhide Crescent, Toronto, Ontario

Location of workplace: 3761…

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Toronto Metal Fabrication Company Fined $50,000 After Worker Injured By Machine

Posted by SafetyON | October 08, 2017

Convicted: Drummond Metal Fabrication Ltd., formerly known as Repath Industries Ltd., 39 Drummond St., Toronto, Ontario


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Baked Goods Company Fined $70,000 After Worker Injured by Dough Machine

Posted by SafetyON | October 18, 2017

Convicted: FGF Brands Inc., 475 North Rivermede Road, Concord, Ontario, a commercial food manufacturing company that produces baked…

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Ontario Seeking Input on Employment and Labour Law Rules

Posted by SafetyON | October 19, 2017

Province Reviewing Exemptions and Exclusions Under the Employment Standards Act

Ontario is seeking public input to help make workplaces fairer…

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Bill to Create Fair Workplaces and Better Jobs Passes Second Reading

Posted by SafetyON | October 20, 2017

Ontario One Step Closer to $15 Minimum Wage, Equal Pay for Part-Time and Full-Time Workers

Today, Bill 148, the Fair…

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Taxi Company Owner Sentenced to Jail for Failing to Comply With Orders to Pay Wages

Posted by SafetyON | October 24, 2017

Convicted: Hugger Inc., a taxi company known as Checker Cab, no longer in business, and Hugh Irwin, sole director of the…

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