Occupational Health and Safety Provisions of the Canada Labour Code (Part II)

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Figure 1: Occupational Health and Safety Provisions of the Canada Labour Code (Part II)

Figure 1: Occupational Health and Safety Provisions of the Canada Labour Code (Part II)
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Approximately 19,000 employers and approximately 1,300,000 employees (8% of all Canadian workers) are subject to Part II of the Canada Labour Code. This includes full-time and part-time employees, and seasonal, temporary, and casual employees and excludes military members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Federal Jurisdiction Businesses and Industries include:

Interprovincial and International Transportation

  • Railways
  • Road transportation – trucks and buses
  • Airports, aerodromes, airlines and aircraft operations
  • Marine navigation and shipping, port services and maintenance of waterways
  • Ferries, tunnels, canals and bridges
  • Pipelines – oil and gas

Grain

  • Grain elevators
  • Feed and seed mills
  • Feed warehouses and grain-seed cleaning plants

Banking

  • For example, Bank of Canada

Uranium

  • Uranium mining and processing
  • Atomic energy

Telecommunications and broadcasting

  • Radio
  • television
  • telephone
  • internet

Federal Public Service and Parliamentary precinct

  • Persons employed by the Public Service, federal Crown corporations, and Parliament (for example Senate, House of Commons, Library, etc.)

First Nations Band Councils and Indigenous Self-Governments

  • Certain community services
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