Internet Research Exercise 1. Acts and Regulations A list of the Canadian government departments of the fourteen jurisdictions in Canada (One federal, ten provincial, and three territorial) can be found at this link: http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/information/govt.html#_1_3 All of the federal health and safety laws and regulations that are related to part II of the Canada Labor Code and/or Occupational Health and Safety can be found at labour.gc.ca at http://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/labour/health_safety/laws.shtml Alberta’s occupational health and safety act can be downloaded from the Government of Alberta employment and immigration website at http://www.qp.alberta.ca/574.cfm?page=O02.cfm&leg_type=Acts&isbncln=0779749200 British...The end:
.....al health and safety section on their firm’s website and can be found here: http://www.mross.com/law/Expertise/Occupational+Health+%26+Safety There are links to lawyer listing, events, transaction and cases, a newsletter, and articles and media. 9. OHS cases on discipline Manitoba has a publication out called “Safe Work.” Volume 1 Issue no. 13 can be found on the Safe Manitoba website at http://safemanitoba.com/uploads/newsletters/spring2010vol1no13.pdf On pages 6-7, there is a listing of disciplinary actions against Manitoba employers who violate the Workplace Safety and Health Act. For instance, Shelmerdine Ltd. Was fined $80,550 when an employee was killed after he was crushed between the boom step and front panel of a Bobcat skid-steer.