Effective December 18, 2022, anyone who qualifies for a new Employment Insurance (“EI”) sickness benefit claim will be entitled to up to 26 weeks of benefits.
The following advisory reviews the risks of having poor sanitary conditions, suggests ways to prevent or control those risks, and outlines the legal requirements and workplace responsibilities for having proper hygiene practices and clean-up facilities on a construction site.
The Council of Ontario Construction Associations stands with its member associations in its commitment to recognize, address and eradicate all forms of racism and inequities.....
Learn about your responsibilities as a small business employer and how to get help keeping your workplace safe.
A summary of important employment standards to be aware of.
Step-by-step process with an easy-to-follow action checklist.
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The Ontario Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development shares a collection of resources that help make occupational health and safety easier for small businesses.
Office of the Employer Advisor (OEA) is offering a series of complimentary webinars to support employers on matters relating to the WSIB.
The WSIB recently announced that additional financial incentives (double the rebates) for smaller businesses will continue to be available through December 2023 through the WSIB’s Health and Safety Excellence program.
HHCA offers members deep dive into naloxone policy
providing information to employees and employers on the written policy on disconnecting from work requirements.
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF) has received $575,000 from the federal government to develop and implement an opioid harm reduction strategy for apprentices working in construction.