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Ministry of Labour, November 15, 2013 – Province Introducing New On-the-Job Training: Ontario is introducing new training to help protect workers and keep them safe on the job.
Fall Safety Blitzes Target Workplace Hazards: McGuinty Government Committed to Preventing Worker Injuries
August 22, 2012. Ontario is helping workers stay safe on the job by launching four targeted safety blitzes at workplaces across the province this fall. Between September and December, blitzes will focus on:
July 19, 2012. Toronto, ON – Food Directions Inc., a Scarborough pasta manufacturer, was fined $60,000 for a violation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act after a worker was injured.
Mining inspectors will blitz surface mines across Ontario in July. The increased enforcement is part of the province’s Safe at Work Ontario strategy, launched in June 2008. The inspectors will focus on hazards involving haulage of materials found in surface … Continue reading
Safety of tower and mobile cranes will be the focus of a blitz in July and August 2012. The increased enforcement is part of the province’s Safe at Work Ontario enforcement strategy, launched in June 2008. A team of more … Continue reading
Summer Safety Inspections Target Workplace Hazards: McGuinty Government Committed to Preventing Worker Injuries
July 5, 2012. Ontario will perform safety blitzes of construction sites and surface mines across Ontario this summer. In July and August, inspectors from the Ministry of Labour will visit construction sites and check for hazards involving tower and mobile … Continue reading
Ontario is focused on traffic hazards at road work projects and working to improve the safety of workers at road work sites and construction sites with a targeted, a June month-long inspection blitz.
May 31, 2012: As part of the Safe at Work Ontario strategy, the government is increasing inspections of construction sites using vehicles and large pieces of mobile equipment. During the month of June, inspectors will check for health and safety … Continue reading
May 23, 2012: St. Catharines, ON – The Corporation of the Town of Pelham was fined $60,000 for a violation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act after a young worker was injured.
May 3, 2012: Toronto, ON – Cap Concrete Structures Ltd., a Concord-based concrete-forming company, was fined $70,000 for violating the Occupational Health and Safety Act after a worker was injured.