Ontario Helping Keep Workers Safe on the Job
Province Supporting Innovative Projects to Reduce Workplace Injuries and Illnesses
Ontario is helping to enhance the wellbeing of workers across the province by supporting projects that will help employees stay healthy and safe at work.
The province will provide support to organizations creating innovative solutions to health and safety…
New Changes in Place to Improve the Health and Safety of Workers in Mines
Ontario is reminding employers in the province's mining industry that, as of January 1, 2017, new requirements are in place to improve the health and safety of workers in mines.
These requirements include:
Assessing and managing the risks of hazards and potential hazards that may arise in the mining industry, and developing and maintaining written…
Workplace Injuries and Fatalities - Ontario Ministry of Labour
It is bad when a worker gets injured, even if it is ever so slightly. That alone might mean a few minutes of downtime, which can turn out to be crucial when you are on a tight schedule. A more significant injury means the loss of more time and a major injury might mean you lose days and weeks altogether if you cannot replace your employee at such a short notice.
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