Zey Emir appointed chair of the 2018 board of directors at the CCA's annual general meeting, taking over the position from Chris McNally.
Ontario is partnering with universities, professional associations and research groups on projects that will help support workplace mental health, advance our understanding of occupational diseases and prepare workers to deal with equipment hazards.
2017 Award | Livestock Facilities | 1st Place
View all winning entries - first, second, and third place + the Project of the Year.
The WSIB's free, easy-to-use Workwell app is an interactive tool that you can use to evaluate your health and safety management system and improve health and safety and return to work outcomes in your workplace. Search 'Workwell' and scroll down page to 'Using the Workwell app'
The numbers are in and lives have been saved but the goal of ensuring Ontario construction workers never again fall to their deaths on construction sites is far from secured.
This unprecedented Québec judgment is a reminder that no one is immune from a criminal conviction when a serious or fatal accident occurs.
Data from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) suggests that the number of workplace injuries in Ontario’s construction sector is rising year after year.
2017 Award | Agricultural Storage/Workshops | 1st Place
• What’s Going on in the Legislature
• Forum Poll Shows Strong Support for PCs
• Health Minister Resigns – Another Blow to the Wynne Government
• Values/Beliefs of Ontario Political Party Supporters – Where Do You Fit?
• The PC Leadership Soap Opera Continues
Farm insurance expert Jim Zyta speaks at the CFBA's Annual Conference
The federal cabinet has told Aecon Group Inc. that it will take more time to complete a national security review of the proposed takeover of the Canadian construction company by a Chinese state-owned business.
A national security review of the proposed Aecon sale to CCCI has delayed the $1.5 billion deal.
According to the 2018–2027 Construction and Maintenance Looking Forward forecast, more than a quarter of a million construction workers are expected to retire this decade
- Lien Act Modernization, Dispute Resolution & Prompt Payment Moving Ahead
- New Ontario Apprenticeship Strategy Released, Federal Government Moves on
- COCA Supports CCA Policy Against Bidding by State-Owned Entities
1. COCA Calls For Scalable Accreditation Program
2. Gritziotis Plan Could Lead to College Overhaul
3. COCA AGM to Feature Election Forecast Presentation
4. Allegations Force Brown’s Resignation as PC Leader
The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) has advised the government of Canada of its opposition to government-owned or controlled entities competing for construction contracts.
In This Issue
- Government Downgrades Position of Chief Prevention Officer
- WSIB Employer Reclassifications Will Affect Some Contractors
- Reynold and Vogel Leave BLG - Join BC-based Firm
- The Ontario General Election - Five Factors to Consider
- MPPs NOT Seeking Re-election - Are Their Ridings Up for Grabs
- Wynne's Popularity Improves With Minimum Wage Increase
- Liberal Government's Significant Accomplishments in 2017