Message from Mary Van Buren, President, Canadian Construction Association. The CFBA's Gary van Bolderen sits on the CCA's General Contractors Advisory Council.
The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development and the Office of the Chief Prevention Officer has extended existing Working at Heights worker certifications completed between February 28, 2017 and August 31, 2017, by a one year period, making the certification valid for a four year period from the date of successful completion of the training program into 2021.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions for Employers regarding COVID-19
From the Provincial Labour-Management Health and Safety Committee in partnership with the Infrastructure Health & Safety Association
Ontario Minister of Labour Monte McNaughton has issued a set of guidelines developed by Chief Prevention Officer Ron Kelusky for best health and safety practices at construction sites during the COVID-19 crisis.
IHSA COVID-19 safety resources available online and More
COVID-19 frequently asked questions to assist unionized construction workplaces
Ontario construction employers and workers are reacquainting themselves with workplace legislation to understand the boundaries of an employee’s right to refuse work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Four organizations from both the labour and employer sides of the construction industry have joined together with a common position regarding the protection of the health and welfare of construction workers and sustaining the provincial economy, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A message from: Ron Kelusky, Chief Prevention Officer / Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development