Workplace Health and Safety Crimes, 2nd Edition
On March 31, 2004, Bill C-45 (the "Westray Bill") became law in Canada . This legislation established new legal duties regarding workplace health and safety, and a new crime of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) criminal negligence. With charges laid under the provisions of Bill C-45 in R. v. Fantini and R. v. Transpav Inc . it is very likely ...
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Alcohol and Drugs in the Canadian Workplace - An Employer’s Guide to the Law, Prevention, and Management of Substance Abuse
This book is a practical guide to alcohol and drug policies, their development, implementation and enforcement. It is an essential resource for Canadian employers and their advisers who are faced with the increasingly complex problem of workplace substance use and abuse. Alcohol and Drugs in the Canadian Workplace canvases the relevant health and ...
Disability Management - Theory, Strategy & Industry Practice, 4th Edition
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Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Employment (2011 Reissue)
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Occupational Health & Safety - Theory, Strategy & Industry Practice, 2nd Edition
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