Posts tagged with : Ministry of Labour

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Oct 28
2019

Minister of Labour Assumes Responsibility for Training and Skills Development

Good Morning Directors & Coos, This morning Premier Ford announced changes to the responsibilities of three of his cabinet ministers.  The responsibility for Training and Skills Development has been moved from the ministry formerly called the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities, now the Ministry of Colleges and Universities, the the Ministry of Labour, now […]

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Oct 21
2019

The Legal Landscape for Canadian Employers One Year after Legalization of Cannabis

Good Morning Directors, COOs and Associates, The article below, written by Barry Kuretzky and Will McMillan from the Toronto office of the international law firm Littler and published in JD Supra, was forwarded to me by the province’s chief prevention officer Ron Kelusky. It’s recommended reading for all contractors. I trust you find it informative. […]

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May 2
2019

Ministry of Labour Health & Safety Consultations – April 18, 2019

Ministry of Labour Consultation: Ontario’s next occupational health and safety strategy We are developing a new occupational health and safety strategy. Share your feedback to help protect workers’ health and safety on the job, while making it easier for businesses to grow and prosper across Ontario. 1. How can the Ministry of Labour and its […]

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May 2
2019

Ontario Ministry of Labour What’s New – April 2019

Ontario Budget: New Ministry of Labour vision statement Ontario strives to be the best jurisdiction in North America to recruit, retain and reward workers for the jobs of today and tomorrow. The Province will create dynamic labour markets and safe workplaces, with fair and competitive labour and employment regulations. Learn the full details about the […]

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Posted:
Jan 28
2019

MOL Releases Data Analysis on Falls & Fatalities From Heights

Falls from heights continue to be a major cause of injury and death in Ontario workplaces. What are the root causes of falls from heights? To answer this question, the ministry analyzed the prosecution files which are prepared by ministry inspectors about fatal injuries, a data source which has not been explored before. For more […]

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Dec 5
2018

What’s New – Ontario Ministry of Labour | November 2018

Ministry launches Collective Bargaining Ontario The ministry has launched a new online resource that provides labour relations data and trends via interactive graphs and charts, searchable databases and reports. Find the average wage increases in a particular sector or the number of strikes and lockouts. Collective Bargaining Ontario helps you find the labour relations data […]

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Posted:
Nov 8
2018

Monthly Ministry of Labour Report – November 2018

Good Morning Directors, COOs & Associates, I’m pleased to provide you with the Ministry of Labour’s monthly report to the Provincial Labour Management Health and Safety Committee.  It was delivered by the Acting provincial Coordinator for the Construction Health and Safety Program, Vince Iacolino.  Vince’s comments on cannabis and other substances and the workplace are […]

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Posted:
Oct 13
2018

Ministry of Labour Report for the Month of August, 2018

Good Morning Directors, COOs and Associates, I’m pleased to provide you with the monthly Ministry of Labour report that was presented to the Provincial Labour-Management Health and Safety Committee on Wednesday, October 3rd. You will note that we have yet another Acting Provincial Coordinator for the Construction Health and Safety Program, the third since the […]

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