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Oct 14, 2019 ... 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 Any Hon

H. C. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

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Oct 7, 2019 ...; It was the electrician’s job to change the light. He would not have asked an employee to do it; Since his workplace accident, he had been even more aware of dangers in the workplace. He never would have put a co-worker’s safety at risk; He was a member of the company’s health and safety committee and he was aware of the rules to follow. Workplace safety is important to him; Ms. M

W. W. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission

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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

K. F. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

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Oct 2, 2019 ... not, having regard to all the circumstances, on a balance of probabilities, have just cause to voluntarily leave his employment as there were reasonable alternatives to leaving his employment when he did. Did the Appellant’s working conditions constitute a danger to health and safety? [12] Section 29 of the Act states that a claimant has just cause for voluntarily

Airdrie RCMP investigating workplace fatality | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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Oct 11, 2019 ... worker, was bent over working on a storm drain when he was hit by a work truck. RCMP and Occupational Health and Safety continue to investigate. Out of respect for the family, no further information will be released. Background: October 2, 2019 Airdrie RCMP investigating workplace fatality. On Oct. 2, 2019 at approximately 2:28 p.m., Airdrie RCMP responded

H. H. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

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Oct 1, 2019 ... circumstances is working conditions that constitute a danger to health or safety (subparagraph 29(c)(iv)). [13] The Appellant testified that his primary reason for resigning from his position was due to his diagnosis of high blood pressure in April or May of 2016. He argues that it was caused by the increase in the workload in his position with the employment agency

Clerk’s Contact Group on Mental Health

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Sep 30, 2019 ... Criminology from the University of Ottawa. Elisabeth Eid Elisabeth Eid is the Assistant Deputy Minister of the Public Safety, Defence and Immigration (PSDI) Portfolio at the Department of Justice Canada. She is also the Department’s Mental Health Champion. A 1990 graduate of the National Program (LLB, BCL) from the Faculty of Law at McGill University, Elisabeth Eid

R. C. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

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Oct 2, 2019 ... career, such that he had no alternative but to leave when he did. [12] The Respondent submitted that the Appellant had alternatives available to him that he did not consider and, instead, made a decision to quit. Did the Appellant’s working conditions constitute a danger to his health and safety? [13] Subparagraph 29(c)(iv) of the Act states that the Appellant

Health-related video gallery

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Sep 18, 2019 ... Canada Consumer Product Safety Act and Food and Drugs Act The roles and responsiblities of the Consumer Product Safety Program of Health Canada the steps involved during an inspection of consumer goods. Healthy living Mandatory Reporting Find out who may be subject to Mandatory Reporting as well as the steps to reporting a health or safety incident involving

Guidance Document - Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations

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Oct 15, 2019 ...Guidance Document - Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations Download the alternative format (PDF format, 1.11 MB, 111 pages) Organization: Health Canada Published: 2019-08-30 Foreword Guidance documents are meant to provide assistance to industry and health care professionals on how to comply with governing statutes and regulations. Guidance documents also

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