The MLTSD announced that WAH certification has been extended to four years from the current three years.
WAH regulation amendment The provincial government has announced a regulation change regarding working at heights (WAH) training. Effective March 27, O. Reg. 297/13 is amended by O. Reg. 96/20 to temporarily extend the validity period of WAH training for workers who
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
See the latest issue online here. National Master Specification competitive landscape shifts with new CSC strategic alliance The competitive landscape for distribution of the Canadian National Master Construction Specification (NMS) has shifted with the decision by Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) to end a
View the full online version here. Ministry launches home renovation and roofing campaigns This month, the ministry will launch two digital advertising campaigns targeting the underground economy in residential renovations and roofing. The campaign will raise homeowner’s awareness of the risks posed by hiring