Public naming of employers for contraventions and violations under the Canada Labour Code and related regulations

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Public naming of employers

The ability to publish employer information is based on:

The Labour Program will publish:

  • successful prosecutions under Part II and Part III of the Code
  • the filing of payment orders in the Federal Court of Canada under Part III of the Code, or
  • administrative monetary penalties imposed on employers under Part IV of the Code

Public naming encourages employers to comply with the Code in order to maintain a good reputation. It also raises awareness among current and potential employees of employers who do not comply with the Code.

Prosecutions

The Labour Program may prosecute if there are:

  • serious offences, or
  • cases where other compliance and regulatory tools have been unsuccessful at convincing the employer to comply with the legislation

Prosecutions demonstrate to federally regulated employers and Canadians that serious violations of the following are unacceptable:

Between 2010 and May 2021, 40 out of the 45 cases, where charges were laid under Part II of the Code, resulted in a guilty plea or conviction. This represents a success rate of 89%.

For more information on criminal liability visit: Criminal liability for workplace deaths and injuries - Background on the Westray Law

Successful prosecutions under Part II of the Code since 2014

The following successful prosecutions are ordered by date on which information on a prosecution case is public:

Information related to successful prosecutions since 2014 will remain on the Government of Canada website indefinitely.

More information on successful prosecutions may also be available from the Public Prosecution Service of Canada website.

Payment orders filed in the Federal Court of Canada

A payment order is a legal document and enforcement tool that the Labour Program issues to an employer or a director of a corporation. It is issued when voluntary attempts to obtain the employer's compliance for recovery of wages and other amounts owed to an employee have failed.

If a payment order to an employer is not complied with, an employee can request that the Labour Program file the payment order issued to the employer in the Federal Court of Canada. This means that the order has the same force and effect as if it were a judgement obtained in that Court.

Public naming of employers with payment orders that have been filed in the Federal Court occurs when 1 of the following 3 criteria are met:

  • payment orders filed in Federal Court are valued at $5,000 or more
  • 2 or more payment orders to an employer filed in Federal Court totalling $5,000 or more in an 18 month period, or
  • at least 3 payment orders to an employer filed in the last 18 months totalling less than $5,000. The Labour Program will deal with these on a case-by-case basis to address repeat non-compliance

The published information will remain available on the Government of Canada website for 2 years, after which the Labour Program will remove it from the site. The Labour Program will archive information which has been removed and it may be available through an Access to Information request.

An employer can request that the Labour Program remove their information from the website by paying the payment order amount and contacting the Labour Program toll free at 1-800-641-4049. The Labour Program will deal with requests for removal on a case-by-case basis.

Employers with payment orders filed in the Federal Court of Canada

The publishing of payment orders filed in the Federal Court of Canada began in February 2019. Here is a list of employers with payment orders filed in Federal Court:

Region Employer Name Date Payment
Order Issued
Date Filed
in Federal Court
Contravention(s)
Section/Subsection
NWPR Transport Ivan Pascal Inc. April 16, 2021 May 26, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Section 254.1 - Unauthorized Deductions
NWPR Transport Ivan Pascal Inc. July 9, 2021 May 20, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Section 254.1 - Unauthorized Deductions
Ontario Sash Logistics Group Inc. July 12, 2021 March 3, 2022 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Quebec DAC International Ltd September 28, 2021 August 16, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 235 - Severance Pay
Quebec DAC International Ltd September 28, 2021 August 16, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Ontario Haddad Logistics Services Ltd March 8, 2022 July 27, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 – General Holiday Pay
Section 197 – Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Liver Bird Logistics Limited January 13, 2022 September 14, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 – General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Ontario Safeway Truckline Inc. January 4, 2022 May 3, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Quebec DAC International Aviation Ltd. September 29, 2021 April 8, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 235 - Severance Pay
Quebec DAC International Aviation Ltd. September 29, 2021 April 1, 2022 Section 174 – Overtime Pay
Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 235 - Severance Pay
Quebec DAC International Aviation Ltd. September 29, 2021 April 1, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 235 - Severance Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Quebec DAC International Aviation Ltd. September 29, 2021 April 8, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 235 - Severance Pay
NWP V Trans Ltd. April 22, 2021 May 25, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWP V Trans Ltd. April 22, 2021 May 25, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 197 – Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Ontario Daville Transport Inc. August 21, 2021 June 7, 2022 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Sampli Freight System Ltd. March 11, 2021 November 4, 2022 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Central Sampli Freight System Ltd. January 12, 2022 February 1, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Lega Trans Inc. June 26, 2020 February 25, 2022 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 235 – Severance Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Ranjot Transport Inc. March 29, 2021 April 21, 2022 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
NWPR 9335-1773 Quebec Inc. September 2, 2021 February 23, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. January 31, 2023 May 31, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. February 15, 2023 June 1, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario 2489288 Ontario Inc. June 2, 2022 April 14, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. November 8, 2022 May 31, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario JHK Golden Express Inc. June 28, 2022 March 8, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
NWPR Prince Hauling Inc. May 9, 2022 February 23, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Safeway Truckline Inc. June 20, 2022 April 18, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Safeway Truckline Inc. October 28, 2021 May 5, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 196 – General Holiday Pay
Section 197 – Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Safeway Truckline Inc. December 15, 2021 May 31, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 196 – General Holiday Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. September 16, 2022 June 16, 2023 Section 174 – Overtime Pay
Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. May 10, 2023 July 10, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. April 4, 2023 July 21, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. April 4, 2023 July 21, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. May 10, 2023 July 28, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 230 – Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. March 15, 2023 July 31, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. May 10, 2023 August 2, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. March 15, 2023 August 4, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. March 15, 2023 August 4, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. March 15, 2023 August 8, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. March 15, 2023 September 1, 2023 Section 188 – Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Blue Star Express Inc. June 27, 2022 August 2, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Blue Star Express Inc. October 11, 2022 August 3, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. November 22, 2021 September 8, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. March 15, 2023 August 30, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. March 15, 2023 August 30, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Sondh Freight Systems Inc. January 3, 2023 September 11, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario 2241426 Ontario Inc. carrying on business as SIM Freight Systems October 5, 2022 September 8, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario 2241426 Ontario Inc. carrying on business as SIM Freight Systems March 22, 2022 September 11, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Adampol Trucking Ltd. July 22, 2022 February 16, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario 2050308 Ontario Inc. March 13, 2023 September 11, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario 2050308 Ontario Inc. January 16, 2023 September 23, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario 3331646 Nova Scotia Limited carrying on business as Transtex Logistics December 2, 2022 September 11, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Ontario Cheetah Carriers Inc. June 14, 2022 September 20, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 – Payment of Wages
Quebec Gestion Immobilière Pelletier Inc. January 25, 2023 June 23, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Truckbot Solutions Inc. February 23, 2023 November 22, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Freight Rider Inc. April 4, 2023 October 18, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Ontario Haulx Group Inc. November 1, 2021 December 14, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Section 254.1 - Unauthorized Deductions
Quebec 8671559 Canada Inc. August 21, 2023 January 22, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR 2241426 Ontario Inc. carrying on business as SIM Freight Systems July 6, 2022 February 8, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR 2241426 Ontario Inc. carrying on business as SIM Freight Systems May 12, 2022 September 19, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR 2241426 Ontario Inc. carrying on business as SIM Freight Systems April 26, 2022 September 19, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Quebec 6498850 Canada Inc. October 31, 2023 May 7, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Ontario Kun Group Inc. August 10, 2023 March 25, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Ontario Kun Group Inc. January 27, 2023 September 11, 2023 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Transroad Logistics Inc. May 23, 2023 May 31, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Transroad Logistics Inc. June 7, 2023 March 22, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Matline Carriers Inc. September 14, 2023 April 30, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Desperato Flats Inc. March 27, 2024 May 8, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
Central Equinox Bus Lines Corp. September 6, 2022 July 13, 2023 Section 174 – Overtime Pay
Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR Candid Haulers Limited October 26, 2023 June 7, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR Candid Haulers Limited October 26, 2023 June 7, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR Candid Haulers Limited July 13, 2023 June 7, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR Candid Haulers Limited October 26, 2023 June 7, 2024 Section 174 – Overtime Pay
Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 230 - Pay in Lieu of Notice
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR Kanine Transport Ltd. March 21, 2023 May 10, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR FAS Enterprises Ltd. June 1, 2023 June 7, 2024 Section 174 – Overtime Pay
Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR FAS Enterprises Ltd. July 14, 2023 June 7, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages
NWPR GNT Transport Ltd. September 21, 2022 May 10, 2024 Section 188 - Vacation Pay
Section 196 - General Holiday Pay
Section 197 - Additional Pay for Working on a Holiday
Section 247 - Payment of Wages

Administrative monetary penalties

Part IV of the Canada Labour Code (Code) provides for:

The classification of violations under Part IV range from A to E-type violations.

Naming will only occur for a B to E-type violations. Naming will occur once the review and/or appeal processes are complete, if applicable.

For Occupational Health and Safety, the Labour Program bases the violation classification types, in general, on the level of risk to employees' health and safety.

For Labour Standards, the Labour Program bases the violation classification types, in general, on the severity and impact on employees' working conditions, which affect their lives and livelihood.

The Labour Program will remove the employer's name and related information 2 years, after the AMP is paid and after confirmation of compliance with the provision that gave rise to the AMP.

Employers who received administrative monetary penalties

The following list of employers have received a notice of violation (the legal instrument used to impose an AMP) for violating Occupational Health and Safety and/or Labour Standards provision(s) of the Code:

Employer name Location Nature of violation AMP amount Payment Compliance Date

H and JB Transport Inc.

Winnipeg, Manitoba AMP issued: January 11, 2024

CLC, section 251.06: Non-compliance with a compliance order issued under section 251.06 of Part III of the Canada Labour Code.
$7,000 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
Vaughn Smith Trucking and Excavation Inc. Oxford, Nova Scotia AMP issued: November 8, 2023

CLC, section 251.06: Non-compliance with a compliance order issued under section 251.06 of Part III of the Canada Labour Code.
$3,500 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
Topaz Transportation Services Inc. Calgary, Alberta AMP issued: November 12, 2023

CLC, section 251.06: Non-compliance with a compliance order issued under section 251.06 of Part III of the Canada Labour Code.
$3,500 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
Aevitas Inc. Ayr, Ontario AMP issued: June 23, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.13) and COHSR, paragraph 12.06(1)(a): If there is a risk of injury due to falling in any of the circumstances described in paragraphs 12.07(1)(a), (b) or (c) in a work place, the employer must, before any work activities begin, develop a fall-protection plan in consultation with the work place committee or the health and safety representative.
$25,000 July 11, 2023 April 4, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Aevitas Inc. Ayr, Ontario AMP issued: June 23, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(b) and COHSR, subsection 2.5(1): Where an employee has access to a wall opening from which there is a drop of more than 1.2 metres or to a floor opening, highly visible guardrails shall be fitted around the wall opening or floor opening or it shall be covered with material capable of supporting all loads that may be brought to bear on it.
$12,000 July 11, 2023 April 4, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Elgin Feeds Ltd. Aylmer, Ontario AMP issued: July 26, 2023

CLC, subsection 135(1): For the purposes of addressing health and safety matters that apply to individual work places, and subject to this section, every employer shall, for each work place controlled by the employer at which twenty or more employees are normally employed, establish a work place health and safety committee and, subject to section 135.1, select and appoint its members.
$1,500 August 15, 2023 April 14, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Elgin Feeds Ltd. Aylmer, Ontario AMP issued: July 26, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.03) and COHSR, paragraph 19.1(1)(a): Every employer shall develop, implement and monitor, in consultation with the policy committee or, if there is no policy committee, with the work place committee or the health and safety representative, a prescribed program for the prevention of hazards in the work place appropriate to its size and the nature of the hazards in it that also provides for the education of employees in health and safety matters.
$7,000 August 15, 2023 April 20, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Elgin Feeds Ltd. Aylmer, Ontario AMP issued: July 26, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z): Ensure that employees who have supervisory or managerial responsibilities are adequately trained in health and safety and are informed of the responsibilities they have under Part II of the Canada Labour Code where they act on behalf of their employer.
$3,000 August 15, 2023 April 14, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Elgin Feeds Ltd. Aylmer, Ontario AMP issued: July 26, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(t) and COHSR, subsection 13.13(2): If feasible, a machine guard referred to in subsection (1) shall not be removable.
$7,000 August 15, 2023 March 20, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Elgin Feeds Ltd. Aylmer, Ontario AMP issued: July 26, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(t) and COHSR, paragraph 13.13(1)(a): Every machine that has exposed moving, rotating, electrically charged or hot parts or that processes, transports or handles material that constitutes a hazard to an employee shall be equipped with a machine guard that prevents the employee or any part of his body from coming into contact with the parts or material.
$7,000 August 15, 2023 March 20, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Elgin Feeds Ltd. Aylmer, Ontario AMP issued: July 26, 2023

CLC, section 124: Every employer shall ensure that the health and safety at work of every person employed by the employer is protected.
$3,000 August 15, 2023 March 20, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Elgin Feeds Ltd. Aylmer, Ontario AMP issued: July 26, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(t) and COHSR, subsection 13.13(3): A machine guard shall be so constructed, installed and maintained that it meets the requirements of subsection (1)
$7,000 August 15, 2023 March 20, 2023

Although the employer has come into compliance, a notice of violation was served due to the severity of the event.
Hudson Bay Railway Corporation The Pas, Manitoba AMP issued: August 15, 2023

CLC, section 176: Non-compliance with the conditions of a permit issued under section 176 of Part III of the Canada Labour Code.
$25,000 September 13, 2023 September 14, 2023
Just On Time Freight Systems Inc. Brampton, Ontario AMP issued: October 12, 2022

CLC, section 167.1
: Treating an employee as if they were not their employee, in order to avoid obligations under Part III of the Canada Labour Code or to deprive the employee of their rights under Part III of the Canada Labour Code.
    $3,000 December 15, 2022 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.12): Ensure that the work place committee or the health and safety representative inspects each month all or part of the work place, so that every part of the work place is inspected at least once each year.
$3,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(o) and COHSR, subsection 17.3(1): Fire protection equipment shall be installed, inspected and maintained in every building in which there is a work place in accordance with the standards set out in Parts 6 and 7 of the National Fire Code.
$7,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(o) and COHSR, paragraph 6.10(4)(a): Where a central storage battery system is used as a power source for emergency lighting or where emergency lighting is provided by a self-contained emergency lighting unit, the battery system or the unit shall be tested monthly by hand.
$7,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.13) and COHSR, paragraph 12.06(1)(a): If there is a risk of injury due to falling in any of the circumstances described in paragraphs 12.07(1)(a), (b) or (c) in a work place, the employer must, before any work activities begin, develop a fall-protection plan in consultation with the work place committee or the health and safety representative.
$7,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.03) and COHSR, subsection 19.5(1): The employer shall, in order to address identified and assessed hazards, including ergonomics-related hazards, take preventive measures to address the assessed hazard.
$7,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(q) and COHSR, subsection 14.20(1): Before motorized or manual materials handling equipment is used for the first time in a work place, the employer shall set out in writing instructions on the inspection, testing and maintenance of that materials handling equipment.
$3,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.01): Ensure that members of policy and work place committees and health and safety representatives receive the prescribed training in health and safety and are informed of their responsibilities under Part II of the Canada Labour Code.
$3,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
Grain Process Enterprises Ltd. Scarborough, Ontario AMP issued: March 13, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z): Ensure that employees who have supervisory or managerial responsibilities are adequately trained in health and safety and are informed of the responsibilities they have under Part II of the Canada Labour Code where they act on behalf of their employer.
$3,000 April 3, 2023 Compliance unconfirmed
8777691 Canada Inc. (Panjaab Transport) Oakville, Ontario AMP issued: May 31, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(h) and COHSR, subparagraph 16.3(4)(a)(i): At every workplace that is required to have a first aid attendant, the employer shall ensure that the first aid attendant at the workplace is qualified by having at least, if the workplace is an office workplace for which the ambulance response time is up to two hours, a basic first aid certificate.
$7,000 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
8777691 Canada Inc. (Panjaab Transport) Oakville, Ontario AMP issued: May 31, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.01) and the Policy Committees, Work Place Committees and Health and Safety Representatives Regulations, subsection 14(1): Training for members of policy and work place committees and health and safety representatives must be developed by the employer after consultation with the committees or representatives concerned.
$3,000 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
8777691 Canada Inc. (Panjaab Transport) Oakville, Ontario AMP issued: May 31, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z): Ensure that employees who have supervisory or managerial responsibilities are adequately trained in health and safety and are informed of the responsibilities they have under Part II of the Canada Labour Code where they act on behalf of their employer.
$3,000 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
8777691 Canada Inc. (Panjaab Transport) Oakville, Ontario AMP issued: May 31, 2023

CLC, paragraph 125(1)(z.13) and COHSR, subsection 12.06(1): If there is a risk of injury due to falling in any of the circumstances described in paragraphs 12.07(1)(a), (b) or (c) in a work place, the employer must, before any work activities begin, develop a fall-protection plan in consultation with the work place committee or the health and safety representative; and ensure that a copy of the fall-protection plan is readily available at the work place for consultation.
$7,000 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
Favel Transportation Inc. Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan AMP issued: March 9, 2023

CLC, paragraph 142(a): The person in charge of a work place and every person employed at, or in connection with, a work place shall give all reasonable assistance to the Head to enable him or her to exercise his or her powers or to perform his or her duties or functions under Part II of the Canada Labour Code.
$3,000 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed
Favel Transportation Inc. Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan AMP issued: July 16, 2023

CLC, paragraph 142(a): The person in charge of a work place and every person employed at, or in connection with, a work place shall give all reasonable assistance to the Head to enable him or her to exercise his or her powers or to perform his or her duties or functions under Part II of the Canada Labour Code.
$87,000 Not paid Compliance unconfirmed

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