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Bill C-45 and the New Health and Safety Crime OHS Criminal Negligence
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 2:43:01 PM

Offer training on-line to your Supervisors, Managers, General Manager, Vice Presidentís, Presidents, and Directors to reduce the risk to OHS Charges - Reduce the risk of being charged for violation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations by the police, in any province of Canada for failing to ensure workers are properly instructed on how to work safely. Management shall provide the proper Occupational Health and Safety training to all its workers, itís not enough to provide OHS training without a written test with a 80% pass mark, Management shall provide written instruction on how to operate equipment Ė (verbal instructions are not enough) and will not protect management if there is a critical injury or the death of a worker. Management who have not met their obligation to protect workers will find it very costly, it is the companies responsibility to ensure workers are protected. Take the on-line training to reduce the risk of work place injuries. Bill C-45 and the New Health and Safety Crime OHS Criminal Negligence is available 24/7 on-line at call 905-891-3474 or fax 905-486-1675 for information.