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May 29, 2018: 09:00 - 10:00

Blitz-Proof Your Workplace: How to Survive and Thrive During an Inspection

Archive Now Available!

Cynthia R. C. Sefton, David S. Reiter and Lorenzo Lisi

Each year, the Ontario Ministry of Labour visits various workplaces without warning as part of its Occupational Health and Safety Act enforcement strategy, issuing orders and laying charges in its wake. Is your workplace prepared for an unannounced inspection?

Cynthia Sefton and David Reiter share tips on how to effectively prepare your workplace for an inspection, offer advice on interacting with the inspector during the site visit, and discuss your rights as an employer as well as your options for challenging orders and charges.

CPD for Lawyers: 1 Substantive Hour
CPD for HRPA and CHRP Members: 1 Hour

A link to the archived material and CPD information will be emailed to registrants one week following the webinar. Please note that we do not provide CPD certificates as hours are self-reported.

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For information regarding our webinars, please contact:

Harpreet Brar
rsvp@airdberlis.com

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