Critical Workplace Liability and Cost Reduction Issues
This program will be approved for recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertifiation through the Human Resource Certificate Institute (HRCI).
Violence & Harassment Policies & Programs will be mandated by Bill 168 for all employers governed by Ontario employment law, with new liabilities for directors, officers, and supervisors.
Is your company maximizing rebates from the WSIB System? What role does health and safety play in saving money and avoiding penalties?
This seminar will help you understand and prepare for this new legislation and explain the impact of the WSIB's plan for Ontario employers.
- An overview of the key requirements of Bill 168, which will amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Legal duties of employers, officers, directors, and supervisors to proactively prevent and manage workplace violence
- Compliance issues and suggestions for due diligence in hiring, identifying workplace risks, and dealing with new refusal to work provisions
- Impact of the WSIB's plan for Ontario Employers
- Control your WSIB Costs - the solution lies in your hands
- Best practices for health and safety and controlling costs in your workplace
BENEFITS FOR YOUR COMPANY
- Understand new employer responsibilities and liabilities under Bill 168
- Identify strategies and techniques for implementing required policies and plans to deal with workplace violence and harassment
- A concise understanding of the WSIB experience rating systems; MAP, NEER and CAD-7 (construction) for Schedule 1 employers
- Potential changes to the Second Injury and Enhancement Fund (SIEF) and the major impact on employers' ability to achieve rebates
- What employers need to know now about the Labour Market Reentry (LMR) system, the WSIB's plans and the significant and lasting impact on your bottom line for Schedule 1 and 2 employers.
8:00 AM Registration/Breakfast
8:30 - 10:30 AM Program
Other Place (free parking)
1395 Walker Road
There is no cost to attend. Space is limited; advance reservations required by October 23. Click the RSVP button to register or contact: