CLV Special Report - OH&S Due Diligence a Practical Guide - 2nd Edition

Cheryl Edwards; Ryan Conlin; Landon Young

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The current OH&S environment in Ontario includes astoundingly high corporate and individual penalties and negative publicity for OH&S violators. Are your workers sufficiently protected by your OH&S programs? If a workplace accident occurred, would your programs withstand Ministry of Labour or court scrutiny? This updated Special Report will help your organization assess the effectiveness of your OH&S programs. It describes the concept of OH&S due diligence as developed in all of the key cases decided by Ontario courts. It provides a step-by-step description of Court expectations along with practical commentary and invaluable tools. Topics include: Due Diligence OHSA Fines Criminal Liability Liability of Employers, Workers, Supervisors, Officers and Directors, and Others Proving Due Diligence Burden of Proof Foreseeability of Harm Gravity of Potential Harm Systems for Preventing Accident Reasonable Belief in Mistaken Facts Remedial Action External Standards Proper Systems for Due Diligence Requirements of the OHSA General Duties Specific Duties and Regulations Safety Policies and Programs Implementing Health and Safety Programs Identification of Workplace Hazards Formulation of Policies, Practices and Procedures Training Remedial Action Monitoring Enforcement and Employee Discipline.


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Labor and Employment Law


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