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.
Eligible businesses also get $1,000 toward developing their action plan in 2022, and retroactive double rebate applies for every topic completed since March 2020
The WSIB is offering limited-time financial support to help smaller businesses (i.e. those with 1-99 full-time employees) recover from the pandemic and improve their workplace health and safety. The WSIB will:
• Double the rebates for businesses with 1- 99 employees can earn through the Health and Safety Excellence program.
• Pay $1,000 to help offset program provider fees and services if they enroll in 2022
• Remove the cap on rebates (which is usually 75 percent of their premiums)
Briefing note from Sherrard Kuzz LLP, Employment & Labour Lawyers
Courts and Arbitrators Weigh in on Vaccination Policies in the Workplace and more ....
The IHSA recently launched a podcast series that provides timely and important health and safety information to listeners in construction, transportation and electrical utility sectors and offers information about Ontario’s health and safety system.
- IHSA Safety Talk: Heaters
- Latest podcast episode features interview with new Chief Prevention Officer Dr. Joel Moody
- Yard safety web page provides insight on transportation hazards
- IHSA.ca Magazine now available
- Training spotlight: Boatswain's Chair
• IHSA Safety Talk: Stretching exercises
• Save the date: IHSA Virtual Annual General Meeting
• New toolkit available to support combating substance abuse in the workplace
• IHSA Annual Report now available
• Product spotlight: Supervisor Log Book