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Built environment - Accessibility strategy for the Public Service of Canada

Jun 10, 2019 ... The Treasury Board Accessibility Standard for Real Property: establishes the minimum requirements for accessibility of the government of real property references the CSA Group’s Accessible Design for the Built Environment (CSA B651-18) Public Services and Procurement Canada’s (PSPC’s) last assessed federal real property portfolio against accessibility specifications

ESDC Reports and publications

Jun 14, 2019 ... financial reports Research reports Sustainable Development Strategy 2016 Progress Report: Delivering Innovation to Serve Canadians Social Assistance Statistical Report: 2009-2013 Increasing Retirement Savings in Workplace Pension Plans through Simplified Enrolment: A Demonstration Project Related reports Accessibility and disability Canada’s Volunteer Awards

Defence Ethics and the Institutional Environment

Jun 18, 2019 ... is to foster the practice of ethics in the workplace and in operations such that members of the Canadian Forces and employees of the Department of National Defence consistently perform their duties to the highest ethical standards. Although the design of the Defence Ethics Program predates the May 1995 Report of the Auditor General of Canada entitled Ethics and Fraud

Complaint labour standards

May 17, 2019 ... a way for employees to recover unpaid wages and ensure other labour standards are upheld in their workplace. On this page Before a complaint is filed To file a complaint Step one: File within six months Step two: Fill in the form Step three: Photocopy records Step four: Submit What happens next? Recovery of wages To request a review Administrative review process

The Excellence of our People

Jun 25, 2019 ... change around mental health, CSIS developed and designed a Psychological Health and Safety Toolkit for Managers. This innovative and introspective tool was designed to provide managers and supervisors with questions to ask themselves around the thirteen psychosocial factors listed in the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety. Answering

M. N. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Jul 16, 2019 ... of By-law No. 1. [7] Did the General Division err in law by failing to determine whether the Claimant had received a prior warning? Analysis Standard of review [8] The grounds of appeal set out in s. 58(1) of the Department of Employment and Social Development Act (DESD Act) are similar to the usual grounds for judicial review in the Courts, suggesting that the same

Thermal stress in the work place

Jul 17, 2019 ... stresses will require as followsFootnote 3: To reduce injuries and work time loss related to thermal stress encountered both indoors and outdoors: employers, in consultation with the workplace committee, the health and safety representative, or the policy committee as appropriate, must develop and implement procedures for the monitoring and control of thermal

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Organization

Jul 2, 2019 ... a strategy and implementation plan to establish the public service of Canada as the gold standard of an accessible and inclusive workplace. The Office is a hub – a source of strategic advice regarding accessibility issues related to the built environment, employment, information and communications technologies, the procurement of goods and services, program

Music Entrepreneur: Aid to Canadian Music Publishing Firms – Canada Music Fund

Jun 17, 2019 ... the Department of Canadian Heritage's commitment to promoting healthy workplaces with zero tolerance for harassment, mistreatment and discrimination. Organizations that apply to Canadian heritage funding programs must commit to taking measures to provide a workplace that is free from harassment, mistreatment and discrimination. How to apply Applicants for funding from

Chief, Labour Relations

Jun 27, 2019 ... to protect Canada’s national security interests and the safety of Canadians in today’s complex threat environment. Reporting directly to the Director General, Health and Workplace Management branch, the Chief Labour Relations is responsible for: Providing authoritative advice, strategic direction, leadership and vision to the organization’s senior management and HR

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