OHS Canada Magazine

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Legislation

News
March 18, 2020  

Saskatchewan changes rules around sick leave as it reports another COVID-19 case

Paid leave is not being considered at this time, says labour minister

News
March 17, 2020  

Ontario declares state of emergency

UPDATED: Province reports first death linked to COVID-19 in 77-year-old man

News
March 16, 2020  

Coping with COVID-19: what you need to know

OHS Canada partnering with Talent Canada on special live webinar

News
March 15, 2020  

Ontario government plans bill to help workers affected by COVID-19 pandemic

Legislation would remove need for medical notes

News
March 13, 2020  

Alberta provides paid job-protected leave in self-isolation tied to coronavirus

Doctors notes will not be required: Kenney

News
March 11, 2020  

Trudeau promises $1 billion for COVID-19 research, resilience as WHO declares pandemic

Liberals easing restrictions on EI payments for those who self-isolate due to illness

News
March 11, 2020  

Alberta eyes changes to help workers self-isolate during coronavirus outbreak

Government looking to drop requirement of doctor’s note

Feature
March 5, 2020  

Talk of time change raises alarm

Move to permanent daylight savings could result in permanent jet lag

News
March 5, 2020  

Ontario blitz focuses on machine guarding

Inspections will take place through month of March

News
March 4, 2020  

B.C. to improve paid leave for workers affected by domestic and sexual violence

Amended legislation would see 5 of 10 leave days paid

News
March 2, 2020  

France’s Louvre stays shut amid staff fears of virus spread

French government bans indoor gatherings larger than 5,000 people

Feature
March 2, 2020  

BCRSP, CSSE chairs push national safety conversation forward

Q&A with BCRSP’s Monica Szabo and CSSE’s Trevor Johnson

News
February 28, 2020  

Nova Scotia legislature sergeant-at-arms will be required to be armed

Proposed legislation will increase safety, security: minister

News
February 27, 2020  

Bolder actions, words from protesters behind Quebec and Ontario rail blockades

Safety a growing concern as demonstrators light fires, stand on tracks

News
February 26, 2020  

‘Mixed verdict’ in Weinstein case may disappoint some #MeToo supporters

Decision doesn’t account for ‘predatory’ behaviour: legal scholar

News
February 18, 2020  

Quebec snowmobile tragedy raises questions about adventure tourism

How can one properly regulate risk and adventure?

Feature
February 14, 2020  

Transparency, trust help CAMH curb violence

Case study: 2014 incident sparked changes for Toronto hospital

News
February 14, 2020  

Government charts path toward supporting occupational PTSD sufferers

Framework aimed at people whose jobs put them at greater risk

Voice
February 13, 2020  

Safety lessons for cannabis growers

Always err on side of caution when developing health and safety policies

News
February 12, 2020  

Pipeline protests impact B.C. legislature and Canada’s rail network

Police working to ensure safety of MLAs, legislature workers