OHSA legislation in Alberta and Ontario is changing. The Ontario amendments (including maximum fines and the limitation period for laying charges) are already in effect, and the Alberta amendments (including mandatory joint work site health and safety committees and new duties and obligations for various parties) will come into force soon.
Monday, January 22, 2018
10 a.m. MT
12 p.m. ET
This session is available via webinar only
This program is eligible for 1 substantive hour required by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
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About Adrian Miedema
Adrian is a partner in the Toronto Employment group of Dentons Canada LLP. He advises and represents public- and private-sector employers in employment, health and safety and human rights matters. He appears before employment tribunals and all levels of the Ontario courts on behalf of employers. He also advises employers on strategic and risk management considerations in employment policy and contracts.
About Cristina Wendel
Cristina advises and represents employers in all aspects of occupational health and safety matters, including day-to-day compliance, incident response, investigations and defending employers charged with occupational health and safety offences. She also represents federally and provincially regulated, unionized and non-unionized employers in a variety of employment and labour law matters such as wrongful dismissal claims, employment standards disputes, human rights issues, labour arbitrations and labour relations board proceedings.