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Occupational Health and Safety

Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety Act Worker Protections

Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety Act, its Regulations, and its (almost 600 page) Code (and the similar federal legislation) set out broad rules for workplaces that are intended to protect the health and safety of workers.

It is important that employers are aware of the sometimes obscure and confusing details of the legislation to make sure they are complying with the law. Safety breaches, whether intentional or not, can result in significant penalties including large fines and jail time.

We Advise on All Aspects of Workplace Health and Safety

This can include:

  • drafting or revising procedures or policies to ensure compliance with OH&S legislation,
  • determining what training to provide,
  • drafting or revising codes of practice and emergency response plans,

We Also Provide Advice to Employers

This can include:

  • what to do if there is an accident in the workplace or a breach of OH&S legislation
  • how to respond to an OH&S complaint about your work site.

We can advise workers on what to do if they are injured or believe there are dangers at the work site.


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