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Free Video: The Latest on Health and Safety Due Diligence
by Ryan Conlin
In this Webcast:
Ryan Conlin, Counsel at Stringer LLP, will discuss:
- Review of changes to the Occupational Health and Safety Act, including increases in potential fines on individuals and senior executives, extensions of limitations periods and broadening of sentencing factors
- How the pandemic affected what it means for employers to exercise “due diligence” for health and safety
- What to do to ensure your organization’s health and safety policies and procedures are meeting the legal standard or “due diligence”
This is serious! Since July 1, 2022, the maximum health and safety fines have increased to $1,500,000 from $100,000 for directors and officers of corporations and $500,000 for all other employees. No one plans for an accident, but if there is a serious one, can you demonstrate that you are in compliance and have met your duty of care?
What you need to know about the latest on health and safety due diligence
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