WEBINAR: Get ahead on Bill 168 compliance planningWritten by Mari-Len De Guzman 25 March 2010
On June 15, 2010, Bill 168, which amends the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act to add workplace violence prevention-related provisions, will take effect, and Canadian Occupational Safety wants to help you get a head on your compliance efforts with a new webinar that discusses the salient points of this new legislation.
The bill comes with significant new requirements that companies with more than five employees need to comply with. Some of the requirements include conducting a risk assessment for workplace violence and harassment, developing violence prevention policies and programs, and conducting training.
Canadian Occupational Safety recently sat down with Norm Keith, partner at Toronto-based law firm, Gowlings, and Cathy Chandler, an occupational health and safety consultant at Gowlings, to talk about some of the vital points of Bill 168, including some guidelines on how to conduct risk assessment, develop workplace violence prevention programs, and conduct violence training for employees and managers.
Entitled, Getting Ready for Bill 168: Preventing Violence in the Workplace, this new COS webinar is a must-see resource for organizations that are currently preparing to implement the new requirements of Bill 168 in their workplace.
View this free workplace violence webinar now and get further ahead on your Bill 168
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