Posts written in : December 2015

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Posted:
Dec 22
2015

WHAT’S NEW – December 2015 | Issue #67

More than 30,000 Ontarians get the latest Ministry of Labour news delivered straight to their inbox. Find out why. Subscribe now. Ministry Releases Occupational Health And Safety Annual Report The Ministry of Labour has released its annual report on the state of workplace health and safety in Ontario. It discusses accomplishments in the past year, such as […]

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Posted:
Dec 22
2015

#MySafetyResolution: A Challenge from WSIB Chair Elizabeth Witmer

As we approach the New Year, I’d like to encourage and challenge you to make a New Year’s health and safety resolution. For instance, you could resolve to recognize your employees or co-workers for working safely. Or resolve to always wear safety equipment. I encourage you to ask yourself: “What will I do in 2016 to make my workplace a safer and healthier […]

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Posted:
Dec 8
2015

Trades Today – Winter 2015 edition

Check out the Winter 2015 edition of Trades Today. Click on the links to read more. Please send any comments or suggestions regarding this publication to: editor@collegeoftrades.ca Fire and ice  Find out how tradespeople ensure the Air Canada Centre’s state-of-the-art facility is in “game-ready” shape for the hockey players. Read the full story on pg. 2 Hammering for heroes Discover how a local charity is helping military veterans feel more comfortable […]

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Posted:
Dec 1
2015

What’s New – Issue #66

More than 30,000 Ontarians get the latest Ministry of Labour news delivered straight to their inbox. Find out why. Subscribe now. Additional Protections Extended To Precarious And Foreign Workers Starting November 20, 2015, the Employment Standards Act, 2000 has been amended to allow individuals who are hired through a temporary help agency to recover unpaid wages […]

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