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2007-10-01
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A Practical Guide to Occupational Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation Compliance in Alberta
Par : Norm Keith, B.A., J.D., LL.M., C.R.S.P, Adam Neave, B.A.Sc.
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Description
Written by leading occupational health and safety experts, no other resource offers such a clear and concise overview of the occupational health and safety (OHS) internal and external systems in Alberta. A Practical Guide to Occupational Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation Compliance in Alberta also introduces the workers' compensation (WC) system and effective management strategies you can employ today in order to avoid escalating WC claims costs. All of the essential information an employer, manager or human resources professional needs to know about complying with Alberta's OHS and WC laws, is provided in a practical and easy-to-read manner. This includes:
  • OHS legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of workplace parties
  • Legal and practical concepts regarding OHS due diligence
  • How to create and maintain an effective OHS Management System
  • Legal requirements for the development of a Joint Work Site Health and Safety Committee
  • Legal reporting requirements for work-related accidents
  • Dealing with the OHS Regulator and appealing OHS Officers' orders
  • Workers' compensation claims management
Tables, practical checklists and clear-cut expert guidance make compliance easy.
À propos de l'auteur
Norm Keith, B.A., J.D., LL.M., C.R.S.P., is a partner at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP. He specializes in occupational health and safety law, wrongful dismissal litigation and workers' compensation and advises on matters including labour and employment law and alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Keith has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada as a leader in his field. He is also the first lawyer practising in Canada to achieve the Canadian Registered Safety Professional (C.R.S.P.) designation. Mr. Keith has authored/co-authored many books on employment and labour law, such as: A Practical Guide to Occupational Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation Compliance in Alberta (2007), A Practical Guide to Occupational Health and Safety Compliance in Ontario, Third Edition (2006), Canadian Health and Safety Law: A Comprehensive Guide to the Statutes, Policies and Case Law (1997 and updated annually), Ontario Health and Safety Law: A Complete Guide to the Law and Procedures, with Digest of Cases (1989 and updated annually), Human Resources Guide to Preventing Workplace Violence, Second Edition (2010) and Canadian Emergency Management and Response Manual: A Guide to the Law and Practice (Carswell, 2007).
Adam A. Neave, B.A.Sc. is an OHS consultant in Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP's Employment and Labour National Practice Group. Across Canada, Mr. Neave has facilitated training sessions for more than 2000 managers and supervisors in their legal rights and responsibilities under their respective OHS legislation, in the key concepts of due diligence and in the Bill C-45 amendments to the Criminal Code. He has developed OHS policies and procedures as well as OHS and WC management systems for clients in various industry sectors and jurisdictions. Mr. Neave also provides litigation support to clients being prosecuted under OHS legislation, has extensive experience in successfully appealing OHS Regulator orders and has represented clients at all levels of WC appeals. He has co-authored several articles on topics such as trends in enforcement of OHS laws and OHSAS 18001 and is author, with Norman Keith of A Practical Guide to Occupational Health and Safety and Workers' Compensation Compliance in Alberta (Canada Law Book). Mr. Neave has a degree in Occupational Health and Safety from Ryerson University and is a member of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.