CLV Special Report - Corporate and Organizational Liability for OH&S Under Bill C-45

Author(s):
Cheryl Edwards; Ryan Conlin

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Bill C-45 has profoundly altered the world of occupational health & safety enforcement by creating Criminal Code obligations and potential liabilities for organizations and their representatives across Canada. Much has been written about these dramatic changes since they became effective March 31, 2004, but little has been written about the practical consequences for organizations and individuals affected by Bill C-45. This Special Report clearly explains how organizations and individuals affected by Bill C-45 can be held accountable for criminal OH&S-related offences and provides valuable user-friendly advice and practices for responding to these important changes. Also included is a special model accident response plan which provides critical insight and advice respecting how organizations can substantially reduce risks of OH&S and criminal liability in the critical hours after a serious accident occurs.

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Labor and Employment Law

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2005-06-24

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30836004

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30836004

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