Carswell's "Green Book" contains the complete and current Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations (OH&S)This publication also features a comprehensive index with page references, a detailed Table of Contents, and a list of OH&S information resources. This makes it ideal for quick and precise referencing when and where you need it. It is ideal for use in all Ontario firms and organizations in the industrial, manufacturing, health care and construction sectors, as well as in offices and certain other institutions covered by the OH&S Act.
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- Added a new section, providing practical guidance on accident prevention, investigations and reporting, including information on work refusals and a due diligence checklist
- Definition of "Worker" – S.O. 2014, c. 10 (Bill 18) amending the OH&S Act to include unpaid co-op students, learners & trainees, giving them the same rights & duties as paid workers (Nov. 20, 2014)
- Working at Heights Training – O. Regs. 252/14 and 253/14 amending O. Regs. 213/91 and 297/13, making training that meets the Working at Heights Training Standard mandatory in the construction sector (April 1, 2015)
- Control of Exposure to Biological or Chemical Agents – O. Reg. 274/14, revising the table of occupational exposure limits (July 1, 2015)
- Basic Occupational Health and Safety Awareness Training O. Reg. 297/13, introducing mandatory basic health and safety awareness training for workers and supervisors, came into force July 1, 2014
- Diving – O. Reg. 32/15 amending O. Reg. 629/94, aligning the regulation with current industry standards, enhancing worker safety through training and equipment requirements (March 1, 2014)
- Mining – O. Reg. 34/14 amending R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 854, making technical amendments related to the enactment of the French version of the Regulation, effective February 1, 2014
Often referred to as the "Green Book", it is a must have resource for every Ontario organization.