Posts written in : November 2014

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Posted:
Nov 27
2014

Stability During Construction

CISC Ontario Region  A committee of CISC members in consultation with suppliers and members of the Engineering community have been developing a document which outlines procedures and responsibilities for the safe erection of structural steel and steel deck. Once finalized it will be placed within the CISC code of standard practice, and used in conjunction with the […]

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Posted:
Nov 27
2014

Occupational Health and Safety in Ontario 2013-14 Annual Report

Issued: October 30, 2014 Content last reviewed: October 2014 by George Gritziotis  / Chief Prevention Officer This annual report highlights accomplishments of the occupational health and safety system since the creation of the Ministry of Labour’s Prevention Office and includes activities from fiscal years 2012-13 and 2013-14. Future annual reports will include measurement of the achievement of […]

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Posted:
Nov 8
2014

Getting Paid: Credit and Collection Strategies

An FMI Training Program for the Ironworking Industry The FMI Getting Paid, Credit & Collection Strategies Course available to RAB XII Contractors was delivered this past October in Edmonton and the sixteen Contractor Representatives that attended were very pleased with the Training. FMI is planning to run the same course for RAB XII Contractors in Toronto. A possible […]

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Posted:
Nov 6
2014

Independent Review Launched – Tony Dean Appointed

The Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, the Honourable Reza Moridi has appointed Tony Dean as Reviewer to conduct an independent technical review that will focus on processes related to determining scopes of practice and trade classification reviews. Mr Dean will consult with stakeholders and receive support from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and universities and the College of Trades, but will function […]

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