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Diversonomics | Season 2 Episode 4 - Re-Training The Brain (Pt 1): The Road To Work After Concussion
Sometimes the worst part about sustaining an injury is the recovery process that follows.
Canada
25 Oct 2017
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Due Diligence And The Right To Refuse: Allies In Protection
In the workplace, employers are required to exercise due diligence toward their employees. This means that they must take preventive actions in order to reduce the risk of industrial accidents.
Canada
4 Oct 2017
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Fees For Intervention: Are You Prepared For A Visit From The HSE? (Video)
It's been almost five years since the HSE introduced fees for intervention.
UK
19 Jun 2017
4
How To Avoid A Finding Of Systemic Failure And Achieve Proportionate Fines For Health And Safety Offences
Over 600 cases against defendant organisations have now been sentenced since the Sentencing Guidelines for Health and Safety Offences...
UK
19 May 2017
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Will Distracted Driving Kill Your Employees?
Friday, April 28, 2017 is Canada's National Day of Mourning for persons killed at work. The event is commemorated across the country through civic and private events.
Canada
4 May 2017
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The Health And Safety Sentencing Guidelines, One Year On...
One year after the health and safety guidelines were introduced, partner Andrew Litchfield sat down with John Southall at Southalls to discuss the changes that have been made and how businesses can prepare to be in line with the guidelines.
UK
31 Mar 2017
7
Office Parties Gone Bad And Other Musings
Many employers are surprised to learn that an injury at an office party can trigger occupational health and safety liability.
Canada
29 Dec 2016
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Guide To Doing Business In Canada: Mining
Canada is a world leader in the mining industry, both in terms of domestic production and international presence.
Canada
23 Nov 2016
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Hot Topics In Employment Law 2016-2017 (Video)
This presentation covers developments in HR from 2016 and what's coming in 2017. Specific topics include:
Canada
4 Nov 2016
10
Sweet Dreams And Happy Teams - The Week In HR
Does worrying about work keep you up at night? New research suggests you're not alone.
Canada
13 Sep 2016
11
Brexit - What Next For Health & Safety And Your Business?
Gowling WLG's Health and Safety partner, Susan Dearden, explores how Brexit may impact on Health and Safety and your business.
UK
3 Aug 2016
12
Employment Essentials: July's Top 5
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the latest top five employment law developments that may affect your business - what they are, and what you can do about them.
UK
3 Aug 2016
13
Respect At Work: Discrimination And Diversity - Employment, Labour & Equalities Update (Video Content)
Siobhan Bishop and Anna Fletcher, a director in our Employment, Labour & Equalities team, talk about respect at work, diversity and inclusion.
UK
28 Jul 2016
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WCB Premiums May Not Exempt Employers From Liability For Injured Workers
The core purpose of workers' compensation legislation has been to offer injured workers easier access to benefits while immunizing their employers from direct liability.
Canada
22 Jun 2016
15
Spotlight On Sunlight
The Health and Safety Executive is calling for coordinated action across all sectors to support the substantial behavioural change that will be required to improve health outcomes in line with its new health and safety system strategy...
UK
14 Jun 2016
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Linked Organisations - How Vulnerable Are They When It Comes To Sentencing For Health And Safety Offences?
The Sentencing Council's Definitive Guideline was published in November 2015 and since 1 February 2016 must be applied to cases sentenced for health and safety, corporate manslaughter, and food safety and hygiene offences
UK
3 Jun 2016
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"Legal Highs" And The Psychoactive Substances Act 2016: What Employers Need To Know
The Act makes it a criminal offence to produce, supply, offer to supply, possess with intent to supply and import or export psychoactive substances.
UK
2 Jun 2016
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Employer's Duty To Accommodate Medical Marijuana
The employer community grapples with accommodation all the time. The task is complicated by the question of how to deal with an employee's lawful use of a product – marijuana – that is illegal in most contexts and which is perceived as recreational and hazardous.
Canada
1 Jul 2015
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Medical Marijuana In The Workplace: How The System Works
Medical marijuana in Canada has triggered a classic debate between those favouring its more liberal use to address medical problems, opposite those who believe greater legal access will accelerate the illegal, recreational use of cannabis.
Canada
1 Jul 2015
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The Supreme Court Of Canada Lifts Ban On Cannabis Derivatives
Alternative forms of medical marijuana were legalized by the Supreme Court of Canada on June 11, 2015. The implications are significant for patients, drug producers and workplaces across the country.
Canada
1 Jul 2015
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