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Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) is a code of practices and procedures designed to ensure safety in the workplace. Owners, constructors, employers, supervisors and workers are all bound by the Act. Charges and penalties could result if there is failure to comply.

The Occupational Health & Safety Group at Aird & Berlis LLP is well-versed in the OHSA. We work with clients in various industries to create solutions that achieve legislative compliance and manage risks. We strive to ensure our clients avoid costly litigation.

Our team provides comprehensive and strategic counsel with respect to occupational health and safety issues, such as:

  • OHSA compliance
  • Workplace audits
  • Policies and procedures
  • Training for senior executives, managers and supervisors
  • Health and safety inspections
  • Critical injuries and fatalities
  • Occupational health and safety violations
  • Implementing and improving occupational health and safety programs

Our main goal is to ensure health and safety within the workplace. We accomplish this by providing cost-effective legal advice of the highest quality to our clients.

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Publications Article Jul 17, 2019 Contracting Out Construction Projects on Your Business’s Property Limiting Your Liability Exposure Under the OHSA
Publications Article Jun 12, 2019 The Facts Control the Law
Events May 14, 2019 OH&S Law Update: A Year in Review
Publications Article May 05, 2019 Due Diligence – A Brief Refresher
Events Mar 26, 2019 Managing Absenteeism in the Workplace Archive Now Available!
Publications Article Mar 18, 2019 Workplace Accidents To Give Notice or Not to Give Notice – That’s Only One of the Questions…
Publications Article Feb 28, 2019 The Latest Court of Appeal Decision on Jail and Occupational Health & Safety Act Offences Are jail sentences about to become more common, and what can businesses do about it?
Publications Article Dec 07, 2018 Don’t Leave Workplace Safety out in the Cold Three Steps That Every Employer Should Be Taking to Protect Their Workers This Winter

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