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Travel and Hospitality Expense Reports

On December 12, 2003, the Government of Canada released the Guide for Ministers and Ministers of State and Guidelines for Ministers' Offices, which stipulate that all travel and hospitality expenses for Ministers, Ministers of State, Parliamentary Secretaries, and their exempt staff will be provided on institutional Web sites. In line with this commitment, the requirement also extends to senior level Government of Canada employees.

Reporting shall be on a quarterly basis, corresponding to pre-determined periods. Information must be posted online within thirty days of the end of each reporting period.

Steve Horvath, President and Chief Executive Officer

2015

Travel Expenses - 2015
Date(s) Purpose Destination Total Cost
27/08/15 Executive Team meeting Hamilton, Ontario
$16.60
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $16.60
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
12/08/2015 Meeting with Parachute Canada Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: Parking
29/06/15 Web renewal discussions at Treasury Board Ottawa, Ontario
$561.02
  • Air Fare: $488.44
  • Other Transport: $26.58
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $16.00
  • Other: $30.00
  • Describe: Parking
24/06/15 to 26/06/15 Association of Workers Compensation Boards of Canada Governance Summit Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
$1,280.72
  • Air Fare: $602.77
  • Other Transport: $56.58
  • Accommodation: $326.42
  • Meals / Incidentals: $204.95
  • Other: $90.00
  • Describe: Parking
22/06/15 to 23/06/15 National Institute of Disability Management and Research's Annual General Meeting Vancouver, British Columbia
$1,341.34
  • Air Fare: $892.51
  • Other Transport: $30.58
  • Accommodation: $182.85
  • Meals / Incidentals: $185.40
  • Other: $50.00
  • Describe: Parking
14/06/15 to 16/06/15 Meetings of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council of Governors Fredericton, New Brunswick
$987.60
  • Air Fare: $373.18
  • Other Transport: $124.58
  • Accommodation: $246.34
  • Meals / Incidentals: $153.50
  • Other: $90.00
  • Describe: Parking
23/05/15 to 06/06/15 World Health Organization Conference and International Congress on Occupational Health Seoul, Korea
$8,038.35
  • Air Fare: $1,976.92
  • Other Transport: $204.30
  • Accommodation: $2,540.10
  • Meals / Incidentals: $2,582.27
  • Other: $734.76
  • Describe: Gala Tickets and Parking
15/05/15 Meeting - National Institute of Disability Management and Research / Pacific Coast University Toronto, Ontario
$6.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $6.00
  • Describe: Parking
07/05/15 to 08/05/15 Philippines Memorandum of Understanding Signing / Prime Minister's Dinner Ottawa, Ontario
$1,029.96
  • Air Fare: $551.72
  • Other Transport: $106.58
  • Accommodation: $185.06
  • Meals / Incidentals: $126.60
  • Other: $60.00
  • Describe: Parking
03/05/2015 to 04/05/15 Launch of North American Occupational Safety and Health Week / Threads of Life Walk Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
$1,967.24
  • Air Fare: $1,502.71
  • Other Transport: $41.58
  • Accommodation: $180.15
  • Meals / Incidentals: $182.80
  • Other: $60.00
  • Describe: Parking
28/04/15 to 01/05/15 Provincial Leadership Charters Meeting / Food Industry Occupational Safety Association-Manufacturing Industry Occupational Safety Association Annual General Meeting / Occupational Safety Standard of Excellence Awards Gala Vancouver, British Columbia
$2,385.39
  • Air Fare: $1,389.71
  • Other Transport: $76.58
  • Accommodation: $503.70
  • Meals / Incidentals: $295.40
  • Other: $120.00
  • Describe: Parking
23/04/15 Minerva Learning Symposium Toronto, Ontario
$9.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $9.00
  • Describe: Parking
21/04/15 Meeting - Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada Toronto, Ontario
$19.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $13.00
  • Describe: Parking
13/04/15 to 17/04/15 Canadian North Nunavut Mining Awards and Agnico Eagle Gala Iqaluit, Nunavut
$4,334.62
  • Air Fare: $2,409.84
  • Other Transport: $26.58
  • Accommodation: $1,100.40
  • Meals / Incidentals: $516.55
  • Other: $281.25
  • Describe: Gala Ticket and Parking
25/03/15 2015 Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling Celebration / various meetings Ottawa, Ontario
$409.59
  • Air Fare: $298.60
  • Other Transport: $72.57
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $10.42
  • Other: $28.00
  • Describe: Parking
06/03/15 Meeting with Council Member Toronto, Ontario
$15.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $8.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: Parking
05/03/15 Meeting - Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada Toronto, Ontario
$7.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: Parking
03/03/15 Mindful Employer Conference - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Toronto, Ontario
$8.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $8.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
23/02/15 to 27/02/15 Canadian Mental Health Association - Bottomline and various meetings Vancouver, British Columbia
$3,147.80
  • Air Fare: $928.00
  • Other Transport: $99.57
  • Accommodation: $582.48
  • Meals / Incidentals: $458.00
  • Other: $1079.75
  • Describe: parking and conference registration
19/02/15 to 20/02/15 Canadian Association of Chief of Police Conference Toronto, Ontario
$32.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $32.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
05/02/2015 Meeting at the Ministry of Labour Toronto, Ontario
$4.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $4.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
12/02/2015 Meeting at the Workers' Safety and Insurance Board Ottawa, Ontario
$24.21
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $9.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $15.21
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
19/01/2015 Core Control Audit Meeting - Treasury Board / Small Departments Audit Committee meeting Ottawa, Ontario
$495.46
  • Air Fare: $431.94
  • Other Transport: $27.57
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $7.95
  • Other: $28.00
  • Describe: parking
16/01/15 to 17/01/15 Inter-Collegiate Business Competition/ Minerva Event - Queen's University / Lunch with CEO of Mirarco Kingston, Ontario
$614.41
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $278.76
  • Accommodation: $149.22
  • Meals / Incidentals: $186.43
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
Hospitality Expenses - 2015
Date(s) Event Description Location Cost
15/06/15 Council of Governors Dinner Reception Fredericton, New Brunswick
$1,045.47
  • Government Attendee(s): 11
  • Guests: 6
30/04/15 Inter-provincial Safety Charter Dinner Reception Vancouver, British Columbia
$520.21
  • Government Attendee(s): 1
  • Guests: 12
08/01/2015 Lunch meeting with the President of Renaissance University Hamilton, Ontario
$39.24
  • Government Attendee(s): 1
  • Guests: 1

2014

Travel Expenses - 2014
Date(s) Purpose Destination Total Cost
14/12/14 to 16/12/14 Meeting with The National Institute of Disability Management and Research/ Pacific Coast University and WorkSafe BC Vancouver, British Columbia
$1,090.71
  • Air Fare: $802.11
  • Other Transport: $68.58
  • Accommodation: $151.80
  • Meals / Incidentals: $3.47
  • Other: $64.75
  • Describe: parking
27/11/2014 Council Meeting - Ministry of Labour Ontario Toronto, Ontario
$18.60
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $5.60
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: parking
25/11/2014 Philippines Joint Commission for Bilateral Cooperation Ottawa, Ontario
$570.58
  • Air Fare: $426.29
  • Other Transport: $112.60
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $3.69
  • Other: $28.00
  • Describe: parking
20/11/2014 Deputy Heads meeting Ottawa, Ontario
$683.76
  • Air Fare: $529.12
  • Other Transport: $107.60
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $19.04
  • Other: $28.00
  • Describe: parking
19/11/2014 2014 Alf Nachemson Memorial Lecture and Reception Toronto, Ontario
$10.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $4.00
  • Describe: parking
13/11/2014 Meeting with the Deputy Minister of Labour Toronto, Ontario
$15.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $9.00
  • Describe: parking
03/11/14 to 06/11/14 National Institute of Disability Management and Research meetings Vancouver, British Columbia
$1,702.34
  • Air Fare: $795.33
  • Other Transport: $219.31
  • Accommodation: $328.90
  • Meals / Incidentals: $274.80
  • Other: $84.00
  • Describe: parking
28/10/2014 2014 Canada's Safest Employers Gala Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $9.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $4.00
  • Describe: parking
21/10/2014 Core Control Audit meeting Ottawa, Ontario
$444.07
  • Air Fare: $298.60
  • Other Transport: $102.60
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $14.87
  • Other: $28.00
  • Describe: parking
14/10/14 to 16/10/14 Council of Governors meeting Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
$1,735.59
  • Air Fare: $1,091.22
  • Other Transport: $111.02
  • Accommodation: $333.90
  • Meals / Incidentals: $199.45
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
10/10/2014 Meeting at Woolgar, VanWiechen, Ketcheson, Ducoffe LPP Toronto, Ontario
$9.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $9.00
  • Describe: parking
08/10/2014 United Steelworks National meeting Toronto, Ontario
$12.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $12.00
  • Describe: parking
03/10/2014 Meeting at the Canadian Standards Association re: Work Disability Prevention Management System Standard Toronto, Ontario
$6.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
29/09/14 to 01/10/14 Meeting of the Prevention Committee at the Association of Workers Compensation Boards of Canada's Learning Symposium Mississauga, Ontario
$97.29
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $12.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $62.29
  • Other: $23.00
  • Describe: parking
25/09/2014 Meeting at Comcare Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: parking
23/09/2014 Retirement Celebration - Ministry of Labour Ontario Toronto, Ontario
$6.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
23/08/14 to 24/08/14 World Congress Meeting Frankfurt, Germany
$2,843.01
  • Air Fare: $1,663.27
  • Other Transport: $76.70
  • Accommodation: $694.12
  • Meals / Incidentals: $408.92
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
12/08/2014 Conference Board of Canada meetings Ottawa, Ontario
$419.68
  • Air Fare: $316.68
  • Other Transport: $103.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: parking
31/07/2014 Meeting with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council Members Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: parking
14/07/2014 Meeting with the Parliamentary Secretary Toronto, Ontario
$9.50
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $9.50
  • Describe: parking
04/07/2014 Meeting at the Ministry of Labour Ontario Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: parking
25/06/2014 Meeting at the Ministry of Labour Ontario Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: parking
18/06/14 to 19/06/14 Pacific Coast University Meeting Vancouver, British Columbia
$1,022.30
  • Air Fare: $659.73
  • Other Transport: $61.22
  • Accommodation: $148.35
  • Meals / Incidentals: $97.00
  • Other: $56.00
  • Describe: parking
14/06/14 to 17/06/14 Canadian Standards Association's Annual General Meeting Charolottetown, Prince Edward Island
$1,564.87
  • Air Fare: $655.77
  • Other Transport: $66.22
  • Accommodation: $489.63
  • Meals / Incidentals: $201.25
  • Other: $152.00
  • Describe: parking and registration
11/06/2014 Reception for the Embassy of Philippines Ottawa, Ontario
$707.58
  • Air Fare: $583.36
  • Other Transport: $106.22
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $18.00
  • Describe: parking
21/05/2014 Attended Mining Conference (speaker) Toronto, Ontario
$19.78
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $13.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $6.78
  • Other: -
  • Describe:
03/05/14 to 09/05/14 Workplace Safety and Health Conference Singapore Singapore, Singapore
$6,408.40
  • Air Fare: $5,495.68
  • Other Transport:$26.22
  • Meals / Incidentals:$506.06
  • Other: -
  • Describe:
30/04/14 to 03/05/14 British Columbia Charter British Columbia, Vancouver
$1,212.01
  • Air Fare:$333.49
  • Other Transport:$126.22
  • Accommodation:$493.35
  • Meals / Incidentals:$258.95
  • Other: -
  • Describe:
20/04/14 to 26/04/14 International Labour Organization Meeting Geneva, Switzerland
$1,166.99
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport:$87.97
  • Accommodation:$595.94
  • Meals / Incidentals:$483.08
  • Other: -
  • Describe:
06/04/14 to 09/04/14 Canadian Association of Administrators of Labour Legislation Annual General Meeting St John's, Newfoundland
$1,570.12
  • Air Fare:$702.01
  • Other Transport:$26.22
  • Accommodation:$558.09
  • Meals / Incidentals:$211.80
  • Other:$72.00
  • Describe:Parking
01/04/2014 Roundtable Luncheon with David Marshall Toronto, Ontario
$89.00
  • Air Fare:-
  • Other Transport:-
  • Accommodation:-
  • Meals / Incidentals:-
  • Other:$89.00
  • Describe:Registration
27/03/2014 Breakfast meeting Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare:-
  • Other Transport:$6.00
  • Accommodation:-
  • Meals / Incidentals:-
  • Other:$7.00
  • Describe:Parking
10/03/2014 Council of Governors Dinner Hamilton, Ontario
$4.00
  • Air Fare:-
  • Other Transport:-
  • Accommodation:-
  • Meals / Incidentals:-
  • Other:$4.00
  • Describe:Parking
12/05/2014 to 12/06/14 Meeting with WorkSafeBC and National Institute of Disability Management and Research Richmond, British Columbia
$1,013.48
  • Air Fare: $721.88
  • Other Transport: $25.30
  • Accommodation: $109.25
  • Meals / Incidentals:$101.05
  • Other: $56.00
  • Describe: Parking
15/01/2014 Meeting at KPMG Canada Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: Parking
16/01/2014 Mental Health Commission Media Launch Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $6.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $7.00
  • Describe: Parking
23/01/2014 Sandbox Project Meeting Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $13.00
  • Describe: Parking
01/02/14 to 06/02/14 Planning for World Congress 2014 Dresden, Germany
$2,311.41
  • Air Fare: $1,134.70
  • Other Transport: $116.14
  • Accommodation: $484.56
  • Meals / Incidentals: $576.01
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
10/02/2014 Meeting with Optimum Talent Toronto, Ontario
$18.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport:$18.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
18/02/2014 Meeting with Unifor Toronto, Ontario
$48.40
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport:$48.40
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
21/02/2014 Meeting with Labour Alberta Toronto, Ontario
$18.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $18.00
  • Describe: Parking
27/02/2014 Meeting with Health Canada Ottawa, Ontario
$699.02
  • Air Fare: $601.44
  • Other Transport: $85.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $12.58
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
Hospitality Expenses - 2014
Date(s) Event Description Location Cost
15/10/2014 Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council of Governor's meeting Yellowknife, Northwest Territorites
$2,075.69
  • Government Attendee(s): 4
  • Guests: 13
14/10/2014 Dinner reception for the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council of Governors Yellowknife, Northwest Territorites
$1,439.96
  • Government Attendee(s): 4
  • Guests: 12
01/10/2014 Lunch meeting - WorkSafeBC Toronto, Ontario
$83.45
  • Government Attendee(s): 1
  • Guests: 1
25/09/2014 Meeting with Comcare Toronto, Ontario
$10.00
  • Government Attendee(s): 1
  • Guests: 2
14/07/2014 Meeting with the Parlamentary Secretary Toronto, Ontario
$17.75
  • Government Attendee(s):3
  • Guests:-
24/06/2014 Council of Governors Lunch/coffee break Mississauga, Ontario
$453.64
  • Government Attendee(s):4
  • Guests:11
23/06/2014 Council of Governors Dinner Reception Mississauga, Ontario
$1,014.91
  • Government Attendee(s):3
  • Guests:7
13/06/2014 Meeting with Council of Governors Labour Representatives Hamilton, Ontario
$71.82
  • Government Attendee(s):1
  • Guests:2
27/03/2014 Meeting re: Chief Executive Officer's Charter and the Association of Police Chiefs Conference Toronto, Ontario
$80.06
  • Government Attendee(s):1
  • Guests:1
10/03/2014 Council of Governors Lunch Meeting Hamilton, Ontario
$387.42
  • Government Attendee(s):11
  • Guests:8
10/03/2014 Council of Governors Reception Dinner Hamilton, Ontario
$719.7
  • Government Attendee(s):3
  • Guests:5
09/01/2014 Lunch meeting Hamilton, Ontario
$56.26
  • Government Attendee(s):2
  • Guests: -
02/12/2013 Coffee with Employee of WorkSafeBC Richmond, British Columbia
$9.35
  • Government Attendee(s):1
  • Guests:1

2013

Travel Expenses - 2013
Date(s) Purpose Destination Total Cost
18/11/13 to 19/11/13 Presentation given at the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering Edmonton, Alberta
$1,232.87
  • Air Fare: $701.71
  • Other Transport: $184.85
  • Accommodation: $211.96
  • Meals / Incidentals: $134.35
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
15/11/13 Radiation Safety Meeting Toronto, Ontario
$13.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $13.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
09/11/13 to 13/11/13 51st Meeting of the Internationl Occupational Safety and Health Information Centre Network Turin, Italy
$1,388.12
  • Air Fare: $913.70
  • Other Transport: $256.87
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $217.55
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
07/11/13 Presentation at Parachute Canada Conference Montreal, Quebec
$726.36
  • Air Fare: $574.81
  • Other Transport: $143.85
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $7.70
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
30/10/13 Meeting at the Association of Workers Compensation Boards of Canada and attended the Canada's Safest Employer Dinner Toronto, Ontario
$59.50
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $38.50
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $21.00
  • Describe: -
28/10/13 Presentation at Electrical Safety Foundation International Mississauga, Ontario
$33.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $33.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
25/10/13 Meeting at the Union of National Employees Offices Ottawa, Ontario
$515.11
  • Air Fare: $442.11
  • Other Transport: $73.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
24/10/13 Meeting with the National Institute of Disability Management and Research Toronto, Ontario
$58.20
  • Other Transport: - 46.20
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $12.00
  • Describe: Parking
22/10/13 to 23/10/13 Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council of Governors meeting Calgary, Alberta
$992.00
  • Air Fare: $579.83
  • Other Transport: $81.30
  • Accommodation: $223.42
  • Meals / Incidentals: $107.45
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
21/09/13 to 27/09/13 International Symposium on Culture Prevention/European Network Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health Helsinki, Finland
$3,941.31
  • Air Fare: $1,634.02
  • Other Transport: $146.74
  • Accommodation: $738.00
  • Meals / Incidentals: $596.72
  • Other: $825.83
  • Describe: Registration and parking
16/09/13 to 18/09/13 Association of Workers Compensation Board of Canada meeting and learning symposium Saint John, New Brunswick
$1,410.60
  • Air Fare: $410.47
  • Other Transport: $115.30
  • Accommodation: $300.28
  • Meals / Incidentals: $150.55
  • Other: $434.00
  • Describe: Registration and parking
06/09/13 to 13/09/13 Roundtable Discussions at the International SOS/Workplace Safety and Health Institute Conference Singapore, Singapore
$195.08
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $195.08
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
Hospitality Expenses - 2013
Date(s) Event Description Location Cost
25/10/13 Meeting with the Radiation Safety Institute Toronto, Ontario
$25.11
  • Government Attendee(s): 2
  • Guests: 0
22/10/13 Council Dinner Calgary, Alberta
$1,083.17
  • Government Attendee(s): 5
  • Guests: 12
15/10/13 Council Dinner Hamilton, Ontario
$82.88
  • Government Attendee(s): 3
  • Guests: 3
25/09/13 Lunch meeting Hamilton, Ontario
$121.43
  • Government Attendee(s): 3
  • Guests: 3

Gareth Jones, Vice-president Operations

2015

Travel Expenses - 2015
Date(s) Purpose Destination Total Cost
27/08/15 Executive Team meeting Hamilton, Ontario
$16.60
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $16.60
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
23/08/15 to 25/08/15 Attend the Interprovincial Health Forum Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
$1,530.62
  • Air Fare: $714.64
  • Other Transport: $81.84
  • Accommodation: $443.84
  • Meals / Incidentals: $203.30
  • Other: $87.00
  • Describe: Parking and registration fee
14/06/15 to 16/06/15 Meetings of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council of Governors Fredericton, New Brunswick
$1,128.24
  • Air Fare: $409.34
  • Other Transport: $232.40
  • Accommodation: $316.40
  • Meals / Incidentals: $170.10
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
12/02/2015 Lunch meeting with members of the Workers Safety and Insurance Board Toronto, Ontario
$46.41
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $46.41
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
05/02/2015 Meeting at the Ministry of Labour Toronto, Ontario
$62.20
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $62.20
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
09/01/2015 Meeting at Vubiz Oakville, Ontario
$28.08
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $28.08
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals:-
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
Hospitality Expenses - 2015
Date(s) Event Description Location Cost
07/09/15 Governance meeting Hamilton, Ontario
$66.17
  • Government Attendee(s): 2
  • Guests: 1

2014

Travel Expenses - 2014
Date(s) Purpose Destination Total Cost
14/11/2014 Meeting at the Ministry of Labour Toronto, Ontario
$12.00
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals:-
  • Other: $12.00
  • Describe: parking
14/10/14 to 16/10/14 Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council of Governors meeting Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
$1,769.17
  • Air Fare: $1,042.72
  • Other Transport: $180.00
  • Accommodation: $333.90
  • Meals / Incidentals:$212.55
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
30/09/14 to 01/10/14 Training at the Institute of Governance Ottawa, Ontario
$714.74
  • Air Fare: $169.50
  • Other Transport: $244.00
  • Accommodation: $150.14
  • Meals / Incidentals:$151.10
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
04/05/14 to 05/04/14 North American Occupational Safety and Health Week St John's, Newfoundland
$1,124.75
  • Air Fare: $512.17
  • Other Transport: $236.50
  • Accommodation: $209.43
  • Meals / Incidentals:$166.65
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
16/04/2014 Collective Bargaining Meeting in Toronto Toronto, Ontario
$48.15
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $48.15
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
27/02/2014 Meeting with Health Canada Ottawa, Ontario
$898.56
  • Air Fare: $686.19
  • Other Transport: $200.05
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals:$12.32
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
Hospitality Expenses - 2014
Date(s) Event Description Location Cost
14/11/2014 Meeting at the Ministry of Labour Toronto, Ontario
$18.26
  • Government Attendee(s): 2
  • Guests: 1
05/11/2014 Take Your Kids to Work Hamilton, Ontario
$65.90
  • Government Attendee(s): 1
  • Guests: 2

2013

Travel Expenses - 2013
Date(s) Purpose Destination Total Cost
22/10/13 to 23/10/13 Canadian Centre for Occuapational Health and Safety's Council of Governors meeting Calgary, Alberta
$1,221.82
  • Air Fare: $668.37
  • Other Transport: $222.58
  • Accommodation: $223.42
  • Meals / Incidentals: $107.45
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
26/09/13 Canadain Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Open House Ottawa, Ontario
$551.69
  • Air Fare: $272.61
  • Other Transport: $268.16
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals:$10.92
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
18/09/13 to 20/09/13 National Industrial Relations Conference Gatineau, Quebec
$1,235.42
  • Air Fare: $250.00
  • Other Transport: $177.80
  • Accommodation: $298.82
  • Meals / Incidentals: $108.80
  • Other: $400.00
  • Describe: Registration

Hospitality Expenses - 2013

There are no hospitality expenses to report for this period.

Frank Leduc, Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer

2015

Travel Expenses - 2015
Date(s) Purpose Destination Total Cost
27/08/15 Executive Team meeting Hamilton, Ontario
$16.60
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: -
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $16.60
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
13/08/15 Governance meeting Toronto, Ontario
$60.45
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $44.02
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $16.43
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
29/06/15 Web renewal discussions at Treasury Board Ottawa, Ontario
$784.15
  • Air Fare: $488.44
  • Other Transport: $268.42
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $27.29
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
14/06/15 to 15/06/15 Meetings of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety's Council of Governors and sub-committees Fredericton, New Brunswick
$1,170.34
  • Air Fare: $471.49
  • Other Transport: $239.15
  • Accommodation: $316.40
  • Meals / Incidentals: $143.30
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
06/10/15 Meeting of Chief Financial Officers Ottawa, Ontario
$848.29
  • Air Fare: $542.68
  • Other Transport: $305.61
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
28/05/15 Heads of Federal Agencies Luncheon Ottawa, Ontario
$757.97
  • Air Fare: $579.97
  • Other Transport: $148.00
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: -
  • Other: $30.00
  • Describe: Parking
23/05/15 to 26/05/15 Meeting of Departmental CFOs / Meeting at Treasury Board / Meeting with Council member Ottawa, Ontario
$762.10
  • Air Fare: -
  • Other Transport: $585.50
  • Accommodation: $50.00
  • Meals / Incidentals: $126.60
  • Other: -
  • Describe: -
11/05/2015 Small Agencies Core Control Audit Working Group meeting Ottawa, Ontario
$638.70
  • Air Fare: $443.24
  • Other Transport: $145.82
  • Accommodation: -
  • Meals / Incidentals: $19.64
  • Other: $30.00
  • Describe: Parking

Hospitality Expenses - 2015

There are no hospitality expenses to report for this period.

Contracts

On March 23, 2004, as part of the 2004 Budget, the Government of Canada committed to "publicly disclosing all contracts entered into by the Government of Canada for amounts over $10,000, with only very limited exceptions, such as national security. These new requirements will be phased in over time, starting with procurement contracts for goods and services."

Quarterly reports will be posted online within thirty days of the end of each fiscal quarter, which end on June 30, September 30, December 31, and March 31.

2014-15

1st Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
01/04/14
Jennifer Ellenton
  • Reference Number: CO-0406
  • Contract Period: 01/04/14 to 27/03/15
  • Delivery Date: 27-03-15
  • Comments: This contract was sole-sourced. Technical expertise was required to update a chemical database on occupational health and safety information for sale to the public. A contractor who had been previously trained was awarded the contract. Former Public Servant:: no
0499-Other Professional Services not Elsewhere Specified $25,000.00
25/04/14
NetAccess Systems
  • Reference Number: QUO05390TLV829
  • Contract Period: 01/05/14 to 30/04/19
  • Delivery Date: -
  • Comments: This contract was sole-sourced. This is a multi-year contract. A best analysis was performed. Former Public Servant: no
0230-Voice Communications Services $86,641.60
29/04/14
NetAccess Systems
  • Reference Number: QUO05390TLV829
  • Contract Period: -
  • Delivery Date: 29/04/14
  • Comments: This contract was sole-sourced. A best value analysis was performed. Former Public Servant: no
1283-Computer equipment $53,081.49
23/05/14
NetAccess Systems
  • Reference Number: QUO05711S5JVV6
  • Contract Period: 01/07/14 to 30/06/15
  • Delivery Date: -
  • Comments: This contract was sole-sourced. Former Public Servant: no
0231-Data Communications Services $16,716.36
09/06/14
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Consulting Inc
  • Reference Number: 1T002-132000/001/ZQ
  • Contract Period: 31/03/15 to 31/03/17
  • Delivery Date: -
  • Comments: This contract was competively sourced. This is a multi-year contract. This contract includes one or more amendments. Former Public Servant: no
0499-Other Professional Services not Elsewhere Specified $70,577.17

2nd Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
04/07/14
Evron Computer Systems Corp
  • Reference Number: FIN001
  • Contract Period: 15/07/14 to 31/07/15
  • Delivery Date: -
  • Comments: This contract was sole-sourced. This is a multi-year contract. A best analysis was performed. Former Public Servant: no
1284-Client Software $88,002.50

3rd Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

4th Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
26/02/15
Eastporters Audio Video
  • Reference Number: PO000026074
  • Contract Period: -
  • Delivery Date: 17/03/15
  • Comments: This contract was sole-sourced. A best value analysis was performed. Former Public Servant: no
1239-Other Office Equipment and Parts $35,549.69
24/03/15
Telecom Computer Inc
  • Reference Number: E60EJ-11000C/001/EJ
  • Contract Period: -
  • Delivery Date: 26/03/15
  • Comments: This contract is a call-up against a Public Works and Government Services Canada procurement tool. Former Public Servant: no
0672-Computer Equipment $16,090.52

2013-14

1st Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
01/05/13
Jennifer Ellenton
  • Reference Number: CO-0391
  • Contract Period: 2013-05-01 to 2014-03-28
  • Delivery Date: 2014-03-28
  • Comments: This was sole-sourced. Former Public Servant: no
0430 Scientific Services $21,000.00

2nd Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
19/09/13
KPMG LLP
  • Reference Number: Engagement letter Sep v1
  • Contract Period: 2013-09-23 to 2013-12-16
  • Delivery Date: 2013-12-16
  • Comments:This contract was sole-sourced. Former Public Servant: no
0491 Management Consultants - Support the creation of a 3-year Strategic Plan $145,600.50

3rd Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

4th Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

2012-13

1st Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

2nd Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
06/07/12
Jennifer Ellenton
  • Reference Number: CO-0384
  • Contract Period: 2012-07-09 to 2013-03-22
  • Delivery Date: 2013-03-22
  • Comments: -
$15,000.00

3rd Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

4th Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

2011-12

1st Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
20/04/11
Jennifer Ellenton
  • Reference Number: CO-0375
  • Contract Period: 2011-05-02 to 2012-03-23
  • Delivery Date: 2012-03-23
  • Comments: -
0499 Other Professional Services $11,500.00

2nd Quarter

Date Vendor Name Description Value
09/09/11
Ernst & Young
  • Reference Number: 09-2011
  • Contract Period: 2011-09-26 to 2012-03-31
  • Delivery Date: 2012-03-31
  • Comments: -
0499 Other Professional Services $18,240.00

3rd Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

4th Quarter

There are no new contracts to report for this period.

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Grants and Contributions

On October 21, 2005, the Government of Canada announced its commitment to regularly and proactively disclose the awarding of grants and contributions (Gs and Cs) larger than $25,000 in value. This new obligation is a continuation of the phased introduction of proactive disclosure that started in 2003.

CCOHS does not participate in any grants or contributions programs. Therefore, there is no disclosure report.

Travel, Hospitality and Conference Expenditures

In accordance with Section 6.4 of the Treasury Board Directive on Management of Expenditures on Travel, Hospitality and Conferences, effective January 1, 2011, departments are required to disclose the total annual expenditures for travel, hospitality and conferences for the department through their website.

The posting of these annual reports coincides with the tabling of the Departmental Performance Report.

2015

2014 - 2015 Expenditure Summary (in thousands of dollars)
Expenditure Category Expenditures for the Year Ending March 31, 2014 Expenditures for the Previous Year Ending March 31, 2015 Change
Travel – Public Servants $69,201 $108,437 $39,236
Travel – Non-Public Servants $0 $0 $0
Total Travel $69,201 $108,437 $39,236
Hospitality $12,767 $7,108 -$5,659
Conference Fees $58,720 $38,160 -$20,560
TOTAL $140,688 $153,705 $13,017

International Travel

Minister and Minister's Staff (also included in Non-Public Servant travel)

N/A N/A N/A

2014

2013 - 2014 Expenditure Summary (in thousands of dollars)
Expenditure Category Expenditures for the Year Ending March 31, 2013 Expenditures for the Previous Year Ending March 31, 2014 Change
Travel – Public Servants $51,395 $69,201 $17,806
Travel – Non-Public Servants $0 $0 $0
Total Travel $51,395 $69,201 $17,806
Hospitality $6,693 $12,767 $6,074
Conference Fees $48,209 $58,720 $10,511
TOTAL $106,297 $140,688 $34,391

International Travel

Minister and Minister's Staff (also included in Non-Public Servant travel)

N/A N/A N/A

2013

2013 – Expenditure Summary
Expenditure Category Expenditures
For the year ending 03/31/12 For the year ending 03/31/13 Variance
Travel – Public Servants $62,043 $51,395 ($10,648)
Travel – Non-Public Servants
Travel (International) – Minister and Minister's Staff
Total Travel $62,043 $51,395 ($10,648)
Hospitality $16,442 $6,693 ($9,749)
Conference Fees $60,688 $48,209 ($12,479)
TOTAL $139,173 $106,297 ($32,876)

For information about proactive disclosure at all Government of Canada institutions, please visit the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat's proactive disclosure site.

Info Source

Sources of Federal Government and Employee Information

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Introduction to Info Source

Info Source: Sources of Government and Employee Information provides information about the functions, programs, activities and related information holdings of government institutions subject to the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act. It provides individuals and employees of the government (current and former) with relevant information to access personal information about themselves held by government institutions subject to the Privacy Act and to exercise their rights under the Privacy Act.

The Introduction to Info Source: Sources of Government and Employee Information and an index of institutions subject to the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act are available centrally.

The Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act assign overall responsibility to the President of Treasury Board (as the designated Minister) for the government-wide administration of the legislation.

Background

Established in 1978, CCOHS is a federal departmental corporation reporting to parliament through the Minister of Employment and Skills Development Canada.

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) operates under the legislative authority of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Act S.C., 1977-78, c. 29 which was passed by unanimous vote in the Canadian Parliament.

The purpose of this Act is to promote the fundamental right of Canadians to a healthy and safe working environment by creating a national institute (CCOHS) concerned with the study, encouragement and co-operative advancement of occupational health and safety.

If you would like more information on the background of CCOHS please see About CCOHS.

Responsibilities

CCOHS' mandate is to serve Canadians - and the world - with credible and relevant tools and resources to improve workplace health and safety programs. We believe that all Canadians have a fundamental right to a healthy and safe working environment. Through our programs, services, knowledge, commitment, and action, CCOHS will continue its efforts to advance health and safety in the workplace.

The goal of this program is to provide free information on occupational health and safety to support Canadians in their efforts to improve workplace safety and health. Citizens are provided information through a free and impartial personalized service via telephone, e-mail, person-to-person, fax or mail. Alternatively, they can independently access a broad range of electronic and print resources developed to support safety and health information needs of Canadians. This may include cost recovery products and services and is supported financially by contributions from various stakeholders.

Through health and safety information development, CCOHS collects, processes, analyzes, evaluates, creates and publishes authoritative information resources on occupational health and safety for the benefit of all working Canadians. This information is used for education and training, research, policy development, development of best practices, improvement of health and safety programs, achieving compliance, and for personal use. When the product or service provided by CCOHS is to identifiable external recipients with benefits beyond those enjoyed by the general taxpayer, a user fee is charged.

CCOHS promotes and facilitates consultation and cooperation among federal, provincial and territorial jurisdictions and participation by labour, management and other stakeholders in the establishment and maintenance of high standards and occupational health and safety initiatives for the Canadian context. The sharing of resources results in the coordinated and mutually beneficial development of unique programs, products and services. Collaborative projects are usually supported with a combination of financial and non- financial contributions to the programs by partners and stakeholders and result in advancement of the health and safety initiatives.

CCOHS has a broad range of collaborative arrangements with many national and international health and safety organizations. These include the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Pan- American Health Organization (PAHO) the World Health Organization (WHO), North American Occupational Safety and Health Week (NAOSH), European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, Health Canada and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). Collaborative projects serve many purposes at CCOHS. They are opportunities to enhance our OHS information resources, generate revenues and collaborate with partners worldwide. This collaboration among nations serves to promote the sharing of information and knowledge for social and economic programs relating to health and safety, to reduce injuries and illness, and improve conditions for workers. They also contribute to Canada's role in the world and bring the wealth of global OHS information for use by CCOHS to benefit Canada and to improve the health and safety of Canadians. Further information on the many partnerships is available at http://www.ccohs.ca/ccohs/partner.html and in our annual report.

Institutional Functions, Programs and Activities

Strategic Outcome: Improved workplace conditions and practices that enhance the health, safety and well-being of working Canadians.

Program: Occupational health and safety information development, delivery services and tripartite collaboration.

The goal of this program is to provide free information on occupational health and safety to support Canadians in their efforts to improve workplace safety and health. Citizens are provided information through a free and impartial personalized service via telephone, e-mail, person-to-person, fax or mail. Alternatively they can independently access a broad range of electronic and print resources developed to support safety and health information needs of Canadians. This may include cost recovery products and services and is supported financially by contributions from various stakeholders. CCOHS collects, processes, analyzes, evaluates, creates and publishes authoritative information resources on occupational health and safety for the benefit of all working Canadians. This information is used for education and training, research, policy development, development of best practices, improvement of health and safety programs, achieving compliance, and for personal use. When the products or services provided by CCOHS are used by identifiable external recipients with benefits beyond those enjoyed by the general taxpayer, a user fee is charged. CCOHS promotes and facilitates consultation and cooperation among federal, provincial and territorial jurisdictions and participation by labour, management and other stakeholders in the establishment and maintenance of high standards and occupational health and safety initiatives for the Canadian context. The sharing of resources results in the coordinated and mutually beneficial development of unique programs, products and services. Collaborative projects are usually supported with a combination of financial and non-financial contributions to the programs by stakeholders and result in advancement of occupational health and safety initiatives.

Chemical Products and Services:

Chemical databases including RTECS, IPCS Intox, IPCS Inchem, Chemical Evaluation Search and Retrieval System, Material Safety Data Sheets, (MSDS) and its French counter part FTSS, MSDS Management System, CHEMINFO, Chemical Hazards Response Information System (CHRIS). Related records for the production, development and maintenance of the above databases. This includes agreements with suppliers of information and detailed records on the development of records.

Document Types: Chemicals, chemical hazards, chemical evaluation.
Record Number: CCOHS CHM 001

Client Information

This data bank contains information on individuals and businesses requesting information on CCOHS products and services. It also contains information on companies that actually purchase the information, including customer service report logs.

Document Types: Clients, support.
Record Number: CCOHS MSC 001

E-Learning and Class Room Courses

Information relating to on-line learning, interactive and engaging courses adapted for the common learning needs for occupational health and safety. This includes information on agreements with suppliers and customers. Classroom courses includes development of presentation materials and handouts.

Document Types: Courses, e-learning, customized courses.
Record Number: CCOHS TRA 001

General Health and Safety Information and Databases

Includes general databases for legislation, bibliographic databases, ILO Encyclopedia, OSHline, Canadiana, Fatalities, Transport of Hazardous Materials. Also includes information used in the development of records, agreements with information providers, internal reviews, quality control and other product development information.

Document Types: Databases, general health and safety, legislation, bibliographic. Related information for the production and development of the databases.
Record Number: CCOHS GSH 001

Corporate Health and Safety

Health and safety awareness programs, accident claims and investigations, employee assistance program, training, committee meetings, workplace inspections and facilities reviews

Document Types: Health and safety, accident.
Record Number: CCOHS HR 004

Health and Safety Information Packages

Packages prepared to answer specific occupational health and safety related questions. These pre-approved packages are used to provide information to the general public in response to questions.

Document Types: Health and safety, information, approved packages. Access: By subject.
Record Number: CCOHS INQ 001

Inquiries

A toll-free person-to-person service that answers questions on specific occupational health and safety matters. Records include management and administration of the program,client satisfaction, usage and call logs.

Document Types: Inquiries, health information, client satisfaction, call logs.
Record Number: CCOHS IRS 041

Inquiries Database – Bank number: CCOHS PPU 041

This database contains client requests for information about specific occupational health and safety matters. Callers are not required to provide any identifying information to obtain service. The personal information collected, if provided, includes the following: individual's name, mailing address, phone number, e-mail address, description of the information required, stakeholder group (type government, union or employer), industry, answer class and response delivery method.

  • Class of Individuals: Any individual that contacts the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) for information.
  • Purpose: This information is used to process and respond to requests received by CCOHS. Non-identifying information is used for the purpose of statistical analysis of the program.
  • Consistent Uses: The client may be asked to evaluate the service/program received from CCOHS for the purpose of program evaluation and/or improving customer service. A third party company may conduct the customer satisfaction surveys on behalf of CCOHS. They are required to keep the information confidential.
  • Retention and Disposal Standards: The records will be kept for a period of 5 years. After 5 years without activity, the record will be destroyed.
  • RDA Number: 2002/006
  • Related Record Number: CCOHS IRS 041
  • TBS Registration: 005828
  • Bank Number: CCOHS PPU 041

Library

Information related to the delivery of library services, documentation and reference services and research tools.

Document Types: Library, references, research.
Record Number: CCOHS FIN 004

OSH Answers

Questions and Answers on occupational health and safety used to respond to routine public inquiries. Development and review of

Document Types: Chemical hazards, physical hazards, occupational diseases, biological hazards, psycho social issues, occupational safety, ergonomics, occupational health and safety administration.
Record Number: CCOHS INQ 002

Records Management

Information related to the management of departmental records and documents, records retention, disposal of records, off site storage and transfer to archives.

Document Types: Records Management, document classification, records retention.
Record Number: CCOHS FIN 005

Training and Development

Administration of training and professional development activities, training plans, orientation, internal and external sources, policy and routine information relating to performance appraisals, awards, recognition and professional association memberships.

Document Types: Training, development, orientation, courses.
Record Number: CCOHS HR 005

Internal Services

Internal Services are groups of related activities and resources that are administered to support the needs of programs and other corporate obligations of an organization. These groups are: Management and Oversight Services; Communications Services; Legal Services; Human Resources Management Services; Financial Management Services; Information Management Services; Information Technology Services; Real Property Services; Materiel Services; Acquisition Services; and Travel and Other Administrative Services. Internal Services include only those activities and resources that apply across an organization and not to those provided specifically to a program.

Acquisition Services

Acquisition services involve activities undertaken to acquire a good or service to fulfil a properly completed request (including a complete and accurate definition of requirements and certification that funds are available) until entering into or amending a contract.

Communications Services

Communications services involve activities undertaken to ensure that Government of Canada communications are effectively managed, well-coordinated and responsive to the diverse information needs of the public. The communications management function ensures that the public - internal or external - receives government information, and that the views and concerns of the public are taken into account in the planning, management and evaluation of policies, programs, services and initiatives.

Financial Management Services

Financial management services involve activities undertaken to ensure the prudent use of public resources, including planning, budgeting, accounting, reporting, control and oversight, analysis, decision support and advice, and financial systems.

Human Resources Management Services

Human resources management services involve activities undertaken for determining strategic direction, allocating resources among services and processes, as well as activities relating to analyzing exposure to risk and determining appropriate countermeasures. They ensure that the service operations and programs of the federal government comply with applicable laws, regulations, policies, and/or plans.

Information Management Services

Information management services involve activities undertaken to achieve efficient and effective information management to support program and service delivery; foster informed decision making; facilitate accountability, transparency, and collaboration; and preserve and ensure access to information and records for the benefit of present and future generations.

Information Technology Services

Information technology services involve activities undertaken to achieve efficient and effective use of information technology to support government priorities and program delivery, to increase productivity, and to enhance services to the public.

Legal Services

Legal services involve activities undertaken to enable government departments and agencies to pursue policy, program and service delivery priorities and objectives within a legally sound framework.

Management And Oversight Services

Management and oversight services involve activities undertaken for determining strategic direction, and allocating resources among services and processes, as well as those activities related to analyzing exposure to risk and determining appropriate countermeasures. They ensure that the service operations and programs of the federal government comply with applicable laws, regulations, policies, and/or plans.

Materiel Services

Materiel services involve activities undertaken to ensure that materiel can be managed by departments in a sustainable and financially responsible manner that supports the cost-effective and efficient delivery of government programs.

Real Property Services

Real property services involve activities undertaken to ensure real property is managed in a sustainable and financially responsible manner, throughout its life cycle, to support the cost-effective and efficient delivery of government programs.

Travel And Other Administrative Services

Travel and other administrative services include Government of Canada (GC) travel services, as well as those other internal services that do not smoothly fit with any of the internal services categories.

Additional Information

The Government of Canada encourages the release of information through requests outside of the ATIP process. You may wish to consult the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) completed Access to Information (ATI) summaries and open data. To make an informal request, contact:

  • Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)
  • 135 Hunter Street East
  • Hamilton, Ontario L8N 1M5
  • Telephone: 905-572-4400
  • Toll-free: 1-800-668-4284
  • www.ccohs.ca

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) conducts Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) to ensure that privacy implications will be appropriately identified, assessed and resolved before a new or substantially modified program or activity involving personal information is implemented.

Please see the Introduction to this publication for information on formal access procedures under the provisions of the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act. The following outlines how to make a formal ATIP request.

Reading Room

In accordance with the Access to Information Act, an area on the premises of this institution has been designated as a public reading room. The address is:

  • 135 Hunter Street East
  • Hamilton, Ontario

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Access to Information

Completed Access to Information Requests

The Access to Information Act is one way by which Canadian citizens, people who live in Canada, and corporations present in Canada can access federal government records that are not of a personal nature.

The Privacy Act is one way by which Canadian citizens or other people present in Canada can access Government records that contain their personal information.

2016

Request Summaries
Month Request Number Summary Disposition # of pages
May There is nothing to report for this period.
April There is nothing to report for this period.
March A2015-005 cyber attacks No records exist 0
February There is nothing to report for this period.
January There is nothing to report for this period.

2015

Request Summaries
Month Request Number Summary Disposition # of pages
December - There is nothing to report for this period. - -
November - There is nothing to report for this period. - -
October - There is nothing to report for this period. - -
September - There is nothing to report for this period. - -
August A2015-002 Statement of duties and classification decision all disclosed 11
July - There is nothing to report for this period. - -
June - There is nothing to report for this period. - -
May - There is nothing to report for this period. - -
April A2015-001 Policies on travel and hospitality expenses and the reimbursement thereof all disclosed 1,316
March There is nothing to report for this period.
February There is nothing to report for this period.
January There is nothing to report for this period.

2014

Request Summaries
Month Request Number Summary Disposition # of pages
December A2014-005 Request for third party information all exempted
November There is nothing to report for this period.
October There is nothing to report for this period.
September There is nothing to report for this period.
August There is nothing to report for this period.
July There is nothing to report for this period.
June A2014-002 Subscriber list to CCOHS' Canadian enviroOSH Legislation service all exempted
  A2014-003 Subscriber list to CCOHS' Canadian enviroOSH Legislation service plus Standards all exempted
  A2014-004 Request for details regarding a commercial arrangement with a supplier all exempted
May There is nothing to report for this period.
April A2014-001 Request for details regarding a commercial arrangement with a supplier. All exempt
March There is nothing to report for this period.
February There is nothing to report for this period.
January There is nothing to report for this period.

2013

Request Summaries
Month Request Number Summary Disposition # of pages
December There is nothing to report for this period.
November There is nothing to report for this period.
October A2013-001 Information/statistics on cancer related deaths from exposure to dangerous substances at work
  A2013-002 Information/statistics on deaths from being exposed to asbestos in the workplace
September There is nothing to report for this period.
August There is nothing to report for this period.
July There is nothing to report for this period.
June There is nothing to report for this period.
May There is nothing to report for this period.
April There is nothing to report for this period.
March There is nothing to report for this period.
February There is nothing to report for this period.
January There is nothing to report for this period.