INTERVIEW WITH RONALD MCGUIRE IN THIS MONTH'S BIZ X MAGAZINE - PAGE 7
July 16, 2019
Ronald McGuire sat down with Bix Z magazine to discuss industry trends, new offerings and our competitive advantages.  The article can be found on page 7 of the July/August Issue - click here to view the article and scroll to page 7.

https://bizxmagazine.com/biz-x-magazine-july-august-2019-volume-22-issue-7
 
ONLINE SUPERVISOR DUE DILIGENCE NOW AVAILABLE
July 05, 2019
Online course successfully launched July 5, 2019. Please contact the office for more information or to register. 519-944-9999 or 1-877-741-4946
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE
June 20, 2019
We've added a one-day Rescue portion to our existing Confined Space offering.
WSIB DAY OF MOURNING
April 16, 2019
In 1984, the Canadian Labour Congress established April 28th as the National Day of Mourning in Canada to remember and honour those who have died, been injured or suffered illness in the workplace.

http://wsibdayofmourning.ca
RESTORING ONTARIO'S COMPETITIVENESS ACT, 2019
April 03, 2019

Creating Jobs and Reducing Regulatory Burdens in 12 Sectors Across Ontario

On April 3, ROCA, 2019 law came into effect. Some highlights are:
  • Employers no longer require approval for excess hours of work and overtime averaging from the Director of Employment Standards
  • Ends the requirement for employers to post the ESA poster (but must provide copy to workers)
  • Auto Sector: For regulations affecting assembly lines, added a new, targeted exemption from guardrail requirements for a conveyor and raised platform or a similar system
  • Amends the Labour Relations Act, 1995 to explicitly deem public bodies, including municipalities, school boards, hospitals, colleges and universities, as "non-construction employers"
  • Amends the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) regulation under the Occupational Health and Safety Act to allow updated labels to be placed on existing chemical containers
For more details:
https://news.ontario.ca/medg/en/2019/04/creating-jobs-and-reducing-regulatory-burdens-in-12-sectors-across-ontario.html