From now until May 31, 2018, suppliers (manufacturers and importers) can use WHMIS 1988 or WHMIS 2015 .
Recent Safety Regulation Updates
It's important to stay current with workplace safety regulations in Ontario, to make sure your team stays safe, and that your business is fully in compliance. Check in regularly for updates!
October 1, 2017 is the deadline to comply with the occupational health and safety Working at Heights training regulations.
Your spidey senses should be tingling because some kind of investigation should be taking place soon. If not, consider what happened when an employee at CBC complained about Jian Ghomeshi and it was ignored...
Bill 132 comes into force in September, which is now less than two months away. This amendment to the Occupational Health & Safety Act expands upon Bill 168. See how it affects your business.
“Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment), 2015” has now been passed into law in Ontario and will be in force September 8, 2016.
In November 2015, four workers were killed in separate incidents while at work in Ontario. George Gritziotis, the province's chief prevention officer, issued a statement on these tragedies...
We have a HEAVY DUTY problem in the North American scaffolding industry. The issue is: scaffold load calculations and duty ratings. It sounds simple enough. Surely, no one would ever build or use a scaffold without knowing what it’s rated for – right? Wrong! Sadly, it happens every day.