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Dec 2, 2019 ... Agriculture EC Economics and Industry ET Education and Training FM Form descriptors GV Government and Politics HE Health and Safety HI History and Archaeology IN Information and Communications LB Labour LN Language and Linguistics LW Law MI Military NE Nature and Environment PE Persons PR Processes SO Society and Culture ST Science and Technology TR Transport Minister

S. C. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/gdei-2019-sst-282.html

Dec 2, 2019 ... a danger to health or safety. [30] The Appellant reported safety concerns at his workplace in his appeal (GD2-5). He noted that working as a fry cook was dangerous because he was exposed to hot oil and excessive heat with minimum protection. He said that he has endured multiple bums, hot flashes, injuries and is no longer able to withstand such injuries because he

Offshore Health and Safety Act

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/AnnualStatutes/2014_13/page-12.html

Nov 15, 2019 ... Offshore Marine Installations and Structures Occupational Health and Safety Transitional Regulations, the Canada–Nova Scotia Offshore Marine Installations and Structures Transitional Regulations or the Canada–Nova Scotia Offshore Area Diving Operations Safety Transitional Regulations, if he or she is satisfied that the health and safety of employees

Offshore Health and Safety Act

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/AnnualStatutes/2014_13/page-7.html

Nov 15, 2019 ... and Labrador Offshore Marine Installations and Structures Transitional Regulations or the Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Area Diving Operations Safety Transitional Regulations, if he or she is satisfied that the health and safety of employees at the workplace or passengers on the passenger craft, as the case may be, will be maintained without compliance

About us

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Dec 6, 2019 ..., Rodney spent a number of years at Health Canada in various positions such as Senior Advisor to the Deputy Minister and Director of Strategic Policy. He has worked on numerous legislative/regulatory initiatives and health-related issues including: food and consumer product safety, reproductive technologies, aboriginal health, blood safety and mental health. Rodney

2019 OHSTC 19

https://www.canada.ca/en/occupational-health-and-safety-tribunal-canada/programs/decisions/2019/019.html

Nov 27, 2019 ... and Safety Regulations (Regulations)], Part 2, section 12, means of access, Part 4(a)”, and indicates under heading “Events leading up to refusal” that “concern was raised in the JOHSC [Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee] over 18 months ago. Issue has not been resolved to date.” [6] More specifically, the work refusal concerned the practice of having

W. W. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/gdei-2019-sst-849.html

Oct 8, 2019 ....” The Claimant testified that the first time he saw the employer’s health and safety policy was when he was in the union office after his dismissal. He stated the union representative printed out the document and commented on how large it was. The Claimant stated that the safety meetings he attended did not go over the safety book, nor was there a safety book accessible

Other Appeals (incl. harassment, stoppage of pay, administrative discharge, etc.) - NC-029

https://www.erc-cee.gc.ca/cnt/cs-smmrs/thr-ppls/nc-029-en.aspx

Nov 26, 2019 ... Occupational Health and Safety Services (OHSS) recommended that she follow a program as part of her return to work. After discussion with her medical team, the Appellant refused to participate in the program. Since September 2015, several Employer-Mandated Medical Assessments (EMMAs) have had to be cancelled because the Appellant could not attend or the health

K. M. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/gdei-2019-sst-475.html

Oct 21, 2019 ..., the Tribunal must answer the following questions: Was the termination of the Appellant’s employment a voluntary leaving? If so, could the Appellant’s working conditions—including those related to his health or his safety, the tasks he completed, and the pay he received—justify his voluntary leaving? Was voluntarily leaving the only reasonable alternative

Access to microdata

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Nov 22, 2019 ... Studies at Simon Fraser University. Recently was appointed as an Associate Research Scientist Emeritus at the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit. He has also been a member of the FIREfighting in Canada editorial advisory board since 2005. As Fire Chief (Ret) for the City of Surrey, British Columbia, his focus was on addressing public safety challenges through

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