BILL 160

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Report Code: HRP11729. October, 2011. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE 1

OHS Change in Ontario: From Dean Panel to Bill 160 Key Dean Panel Recommendations and Bill 160 Amendments to Ontario OHSA

Cheryl A. Edwards
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

Suzanne M. Dajczak
Law Office of Suzanne Dajczak

ARTICLE 2

Looking into the Future: Expert Panel Report and Bill 160

John Vander Doelen
Director, Project Secretariat
Ministry of Labour

ARTICLE 3

Shaping Health & Safety Policy for the Future BILL 160

Tim Savage
Senior Health and Safety Consultant
Ontario Hospital Association

ARTICLE 4

The Right to Refuse Unsafe Work

Madeleine L.S. Loewenberg
Lawyer
Norton Rose OR LLP

ARTICLE 5

OHSA Bill 160 Reprisal Complaints and the Ontario Labour Relations Board

Leonard Marvy
Solicitor, Ontario Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE 6

Guess Who’s Coming to Visit? Powers of OHSA inspectors and how employers can best respond to routine inspections

Mary Beth Currie
Partner
Bennett Jones LLP

ARTICLE 7

Mandatory Training: New Standards and Criteria for Trainer Accreditation

Elizabeth Mills
President, CHSI Board of Directors
President and Chief Executive Officer
Workplace Safety & Prevention Services

ARTICLE 8

How Does The New Law Expand the Role and Powers of Representatives of JH&S Committees in the Workplace?

Tom Beegan
President and C.E.O.
Tom Beegan and Associates

ARTICLE 9

The Safety Groups Program

Suzanne Dajczak
Law Office of Suzanne Dajczak

ARTICLE 10

The Best Defence: Meeting Health and Safety Due Diligence Standards

Dr. Peter Strahlendorf
Associate Professor, School of Occupational and Public Health
Ryerson University

ARTICLE 11

Zero-Tolerance Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMPs): Lessons from Nova Scotia

Rebecca K. Saturley
Partner
Stewart McKelvey

ARTICLE 12

Preparing for the Worst: How to Respond to a High-Risk Incident/Accident

Jeremy Warning
Partner, Heenan Blaikie LLP
Former Prosecutor, Ministry of Labour

ARTICLE 13

The Future of Health and Safety Training in Ontario

Henrik Vogt
Project Manager
Ministry of Labour

ARTICLE 14

Its Impact on Worker Training

David Healey
Director of Training and Operations
Operating Engineers Training Institute of Ontario (OETIO)

ARTICLE 15

What’s New, What’s Changing, and What You Need to do to Comply

Cheryl A. Edwards
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

Jeremy Warning
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE 16

Arbitral Discipline for Workplace Violence Before and After Bill 168

Craig A. Flood
Partner
Koskie Minsky LLP

ARTICLE 17

Workplace Violence “A Precautionary Tale”

Glenn French, MSW, RSW, (C)OACCPP
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Initiative on Workplace Violence