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  Workplace Bulletin: Labour Program - Human Resources and Social Development Canada
The Workplace Bulletin keeps you apprised of ongoing developments and provides access to timely customized information on industrial relations and collective bargaining in Canada. You can be updated on topics such as: negotiated wage data, benefits, working conditions, work stoppages, labour organizations, union membership, innovative workplace practices, labour standards, occupational safety and health, labour management partnerships, employment equity, and international and intergovernmental labour affairs.
 
  African Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety
This newsletter, which is published by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, covers occupational health and safety topics from an Africian perspective.
 
  Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)
The ATSDR mission is to serve the public by using the best science, taking responsive public health actions, and providing trusted health information to prevent harmful exposures and disease related to toxic substances.
 
  Alberta Employment, Immigration and Industry (AEII)
The mission of AEII is to contribute to Alberta's economic prosperity and productivity by providing information and services to support the development of a skilled and productive labour force; fostering fair, safe, healthy and productive workplaces, and helping improve the well being of Albertan's.
 
  Alberta Employment, Immigration and Industry: Approved Training Courses
Alberta Occupational Health and Safety legislation requires training programs for these activities must be approved by AEII, Workplace Health and Safety. AEII approved training courses include: Asbestos Worker Training; Audiometric Technician Training; Explosives Safety Training and Blaster’s Permit; First Aid Training; Pulmonary Function Training.
 
  Alberta Labour Relations Board
The mission of the Alberta Labour Relations Board is to administer, interpret and enforce Alberta's collective bargaining laws in an impartial, knowledgeable, efficient, timely and consistent way.
 
  Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Audio Visual Collection
This extensive collection covers all aspects of workplace health and safety. Videos and DDS can be used to enhance safety meetings or for specific safety training. The Alberta Government Library Audio Visual collection consists of audio visual material from Canadian, American, British and other sources. Although some of these videos are based on legislation in jurisdictions other than Alberta, the effectiveness of the material is rarely diminished. The Audio Visual Service is part of the Labour Building Site Library which provides information and publications on occupational health and safety issues to Alberta's.
 
  Alberta Workplace Health and Safety
Alberta Workplace Health and Safety is the primary government department responsible for administering workplace health and safety in Alberta. "Our priorities are clearly focused on breaking down barriers for all Alberta's so they can achieve greater independence in a workplace climate that promotes innovation, productivity, and worker safety."
 
  Alberta Workplace Health and Safety "Ask an Expert"
Alberta government site and if you have a question or concern about workplace health and safety, or would like to report unsafe working conditions, please complete and submit the form below. Experts can provide one, free of charge, with information on; how to identify and control workplace hazards; the Partnerships in Health and Safety programs; the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulation and Code and how to get an Occupational Health and Safety Officer to visit your worksheet.
 
  Appeal Commission: Workers Compensation Act of Manitoba
The Mission is to ensure workers and employers continue to receive a full and impartial hearing of appeals in accordance with the rules of natural justice and that decisions by the Appeal Commission are a fair reflection of the facts of the case and the governing legislation.
 
  Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation
A transparent, open and accessible appeals process is one part of an effective workers' compensation system. Clear communication and easily accessible information are essential elements of the appeals process. This web site is one way to ensure that accurate, up-to-date information is available in a format that is easy to find and use.
 
  Appeals Tribunal: Workplace Health and Safety Compensation Commission (New Brunswick)
The Appeals Tribunal, under the legislative authority of the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission Act, the Workers' Compensation Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act is mandated to hear appeals. At arm's length from the WHISK, the Appeals Tribunal is a quasi-judicial administrative tribunal, which respects the rules of natural justice. If a worker, their dependent or an employer is dissatisfied with a decision made by the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission, they can appeal it through the Appeals Tribunal.
 
  Asian-Pacific Regional Network on Occupational Safety and Health
Asian-Pacific Regional Network on Occupational Safety and Health Information is a part of the global network of the ILO International Occupational Safety and Health Information Centre (CIS). The Network was initiated by different agencies, institutions, and organizations from 24 countries of the Asia-Pacific Region, in 1993.
 
  Association of Labour Relations Agencies
ALA is an association of impartial government agencies in the United States and Canada responsible for administering labor-management relations laws or services.
 
  Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada
AWCBC was formed to facilitate the exchange of information among Workers' Compensation Boards and Commissions in Canada. The mission of the association is to achieve excellence through data analysis, shared knowledge, education and networking.
 
  Authorized First Aid Organizations under the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
The following organizations have submitted first aid course material that has been approved by the Minister of Labour in accordance with Part XVI of the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. These organizations, or companies authorized by these approved organizations, are approved to deliver first aid courses listed below. Users should consult the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, Part XVI, First Aid for information on the course category applicable to a specific workplace.
 
  Baltic Sea Network on Occupational Health and Safety
The Baltic Sea Network on Occupational Health and Safety (BSN) is a regional network of ten countries around the Baltic Sea. The Network facilitates the exchange of information among the participating countries and offers easy and immediate access to country information in the Baltic Sea region also for users in other countries.
 
  BC Nurseline
BC NurseLine provides 24-hour, confidential health information and advice. Anywhere in the province, call BC NurseLine to speak to a registered nurse 24-hours or a pharmacist from 5 p.m. to 9 a.m. every day. Specially trained nurses answer questions about health topics and procedures, identify symptoms, and help you decide when to see a health professional. Information and referrals are also provided to other services.
 
  BC Occupational Health and Safety List of Education & Training Providers
The WCB of B.C. receives many calls from people requesting information about companies who provide training and consultation services on various workplace health and safety topics. In response, the WCB has prepared this list of B.C. Occupational Health and Safety
 
  British Columbia Safety Authority
The British Columbia Safety Authority (BCSA) is a not for profit corporation that administers the service delivery components of the Safety Standards Act. The Authority delivers services which apply to work and products related to passenger ropeways, amusement devices, boilers and boiler systems, electrical equipment, elevating devices and passenger conveyors, gas systems and equipment, pressure vessels and piping, railways and refrigerator systems and equipment
 
  Calgary Regional Health Authority: Occupational Health and Safety Division
The Occupational Health and Safety division, Human Resources Service of the Calgary Health Region is committed to providing the leadership and coordination for activities which support the common goal of working together to prevent illness and injury from occurring in the workplace and fostering health promotion.
 
  Canada Industrial Relations Board
The Canada Industrial Relations Board's mandate is to contribute to and promote effective industrial relations in any work, undertaking or business that falls within the authority of the Parliament of Canada.
 
  Canada/European Union Cooperation on Workplace Safety and Health
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) and the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work are working together to promote sharing of information on current safety and health topics of common interest. This web site provides links to occupational safety and health (OSH) information available from Canadian government agencies that have OSH responsibilities.
 
  Canadian Association of Administrators of Labour Legislation (CAALL)
Established in 1938, CAALL is an association of federal-provincial-territorial departments of labour and heads of occupational safety and health agencies. It provides a continuous forum for federal, provincial and territorial senior officials. CAALL provides governments with an opportunity to develop strong and cooperative working relationships.
 
  Canadian Best Practices System for Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention
The Canadian Best Practices Portal for Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention is a central and early component of the Canadian Best Practices System. Finding and using best practices is one part of delivering effective initiatives. The Population Health Approach (learn more) provides a systematic approach to planning.
 
  Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)
Canada's national Occupational Health & Safety Resource. CCOHS promotes a safe and healthy working environment by providing information and advice about occupational health and safety.
 
  Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC)
The Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC) invites Code users and stakeholders to participate in the review of proposed changes to the National Model Codes.
 
  Canadian General Standards Board
The Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) is a federal government organization that offers client-centred, comprehensive standards development and conformity assessment services in support of the economic, regulatory, procurement, health, safety and environmental interests of their stakeholders — government, industry and consumers.
 
  Canadian Human Rights Commission
The Canadian Human Rights Commission administers the Canadian Human Rights Act and is responsible for ensuring compliance with the Employment Equity Act. Both laws ensure that the principles of equal opportunity and non-discrimination are followed in all areas of federal jurisdiction.
 
  Canadian Human Rights Commission: Case Law Information
This site provides access to a variety of sources that are available for those seeking information about human rights complaints and how they have been resolved.
 
  Canadian Human Rights Tribunal
To provide Canadians with an improved quality of life and an assurance of equal access to the opportunities that exist in our society through the fair-minded and equitable interpretation and enforcement of the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Employment Equity Act.
 
  Canadian Institute for Health Information
Mandated by Canada's health ministers, the Institute is a national, not-for-profit organization responsible for developing and maintaining the country's comprehensive health information system. The Institute delivers the knowledge and develops the tools to advance Canada's health policies, improve the health of the population, strengthen the health system and assist leaders in the health sector make informed decisions.
 
  Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is best described as the nuclear energy and materials watchdog in Canada.
 
  CanOSH
Enabling Canadians to easily and independently locate occupational health and safety information provided by the federal, provincial and territorial governments of Canada and by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS).
 
  CANUTEC: Emergency Response Guidebook 2004
The 2004 Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG2004) was developed jointly by Transport Canada (TC), the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Secretariat of Transport and Communications of Mexico (SCT) for use by fire fighters, police, and other emergency services personnel who may be the first to arrive at the scene of a transportation incident involving dangerous goods.
 
  Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR)
Part of the US National Toxicology Program this web site is a resource for the latest information about potentially hazardous effects of chemicals on human reproduction and development.
 
  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is one of the 13 major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which is the principal agency in the United States government for protecting the health and safety of all Americans and for providing essential human services, especially for those people who are least able to help themselves.
 
  Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB)
The CSB is an independent United States agency charged with investigating industrial chemical accidents.
 
  Chemical Substances Website (Canada Chemicals Management Plan)
Web site for the Canadian Federal government Chemicals Management Plan. The plan takes immediate action to regulate chemicals that are harmful to human health or the environment.
 
  CIS National Centres Information Network
This Network is the product of the ongoing co-operation of the International Occupational Safety and Health Information Centre (CIS) and its National and Collaborating Centres all over the world. The goal of this Network is to help its members and the rest of the world to find information from the participating countries on subjects related to occupational safety and health (OSH).
 
  Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST)
The CSST is the organization mandated by the Government of Quebec to adminsiter the province's occupational health and safety plan.
 
  Department of Labour: Health and Safety Section
Provides best practice information and guidance to assist New Zealand businesses with health and safety in the workplace. The Department of Labour also inspects workplaces to check on safety and health arrangements, investigates accidents at work, and makes sure employers and employees comply with health and safety legislation.
 
  Directory of Information and Resources on the Prevention and Resolution of Workplace Harassment
The directory contains basic information on programs and courses aimed at developing the intervention skills of workplace harassment prevention and resolution coordinators. It also includes a list of investigators approved to investigate harassment complaints and a list of university experts who offer lectures and training on the subject. The directory ends with a bibliography of recent articles, books and videos on topics related to workplace harassment.
 
  Directory of Labour Organizations in Canada
Online directory of labour organizations in Canada maintained by the Labour Program of Human Resources and Social Development Canada. Searchable by a variety of fields including affiliation, organization type and size of membership.
 
  Electrical Safety Authority
Ontario’s Electricity Act and the Safety and Consumer Statutes Administration Act and Regulations established the Electrical Safety Authority’s (ESA) responsibility for regulating the safe use of electricity and equipment in Ontario, enforcing the Ontario Electrical Safety Code, and appointing Inspectors.
 
  Employers' Advisers Office: Ministry of Labour and Citizens' Services (B.C.)
Employers' Advisers provide independent advice, assistance, representation and training to employers, potential employers and employer associations concerning workers' compensation issues.
 
  Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is focused on reducing crashes, injuries, and fatalities involving large trucks and buses.
 
  Federal Railroad Administration Office of Safety Analysis
This site was established for the purpose of making railroad safety information readily available to a broad constituency which includes FRA personnel, railroad companies, research and planning organizations and the public, in general.
 
  Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, also known as FIOH, is a research and specialist organization in the field of occupational health and safety. The Institute’s goal is to promote the work ability, functional capacity and health of working population in Finland, and to enhance their quality of life. To this end, the Institute produces, compiles and disseminates research-based information on the interaction between work and health, and promotes the practical application of this information.
 
  getprepared.ca (Public Safety Canada)
getprepared.ca is a national program that provides Canadians with practical self-help advice designed to increase awareness of emergency preparedness.
 
  Government of Alberta Approved Occupational Hygiene Consulting Firms
A list of occupational hygiene consulting firms prequalified by the Alberta Personnel Administration office, to conduct occupational hygiene work in Alberta Government worksites.
 
  Guide to Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Information in British Columbia
This is a directory of government agencies, libraries, associations, and other institutions with varying degrees of expertise in or containing information on occupational health and safety, including such areas as workers’ compensation, rehabilitation, and environmental health, among others.
 
  Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission
The Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission (HMIRC) is an independent agency accountable to Parliament through the Minister of Health. They work with stakeholders—industry, labour and governments—to help safeguard both workers and trade secrets in Canada’s chemical industry.
 
  Health and Safety Executive (UK)
The Health and Safety Commission is responsible for health and safety regulation in Great Britain. The Health and Safety Executive and local government are the enforcing authorities who work in support of the Commission.
 
  Health Canada: Environmental and Workplace Health Site
This site offers information and advice on some of the most common environmental factors that affect human health: air, noise, soil and water pollution, climate change, environmental contaminants, occupational health and safety, pest control and radiation.
 
  Health Canada: Radiation Protection Bureau
The Radiation Protection Bureau is Canada's national centre of excellence for environmental and occupational radiation protection.
 
  Health & Safety Laboratory
The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility with over 30 years of research experience across all sectors.
 
  Human Resources and Social Development Canada: Labour Program
The objective of the Labour Program is to promote a fair, safe, healthy, stable, cooperative and productive work environment, which contributes to the social and economic well-being of all Canadians.
 
  Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (UK)
The Council is a non-departmental public body whose primary purpose is to advise on the the prescription of diseases concerning the Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit Scheme.
 
  Inquiries & Client Services (Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety)
The Inquiries Service at CCOHS answers questions on the many health or safety concerns people have about the work they do. The Inquiries Service is available to all Canadians in English and French and is accessible by telephone, fax, mail and e-mail. The information is provided free-of-charge and the service is confidential - we do not reveal the names of our inquirers to anyone or any agency. This service is primarily for Canadians, however, since it is funded by government agencies across Canada.
 
  Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST)
The Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) is a scientific research organization known for the quality of its work and the expertise of its personnel.
 
  Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ)
The Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) is a government organization founded in 1998 to improve the coordination, development and use of expertise in public health. Its creation involved uniting the province's principal public health laboratories and centres of expertise and transferring and assigning staff from a number of regional public health departments and from the ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux.
 
  Labour Relations Board of British Columbia
The Labour Relations Code (the "Code") establishes the Labour Relations Board. The statute grants the Board exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine applications and complaints under the Code and to make orders under the Code that it deems appropriate.
 
  Liaison Bulletin
Periodic publication produced by Human Resources and Social Development Canada - Labour Program, National Labour Operations Directorate Occupational Health and Safety Operations and Compliance Unit, and Occupational Health and Safety Policy Unit. Please note that the Liaison Bulletin is published as required only, i.e. when occupational health and safety regulations are published in Part I or II of the Canada Gazette. This site provides access to current and past issues.
 
  Manitoba Farm Safety
The Workplace Safety and Health Division in conjunction with Manitoba Agriculture and Food administer the provincial farm safety. Currently, agriculture accounts for a significant portion of reported workplace deaths and injuries. As with most of the other workplaces in Manitoba, the Workplace Safety and Health Act does apply to farm workplaces, affording all workers the same right to protection of their safety and health while at work.
 
  Manitoba Heavy Construction Association Inc
Founded in 1943, the Manitoba Heavy Construction Association (MHCA) is a non-profit organization advocating the positive relationship between sustainable investment in infrastructure and our quality of life, the economy and the environment. The Association promotes a safe workplace for industry employees, by providing an integrated Safety, Health and Environment Program (SHEP).
 
  Manitoba Labour Board
The Labour Relations Act establishes the mandate of the Manitoba Labour Board as an independent and autonomous specialist tribunal responsible for the fair and efficient administration and adjudication of responsibilities assigned to it under this Act and sections of any other acts.
 
  Manitoba Workplace Health and Safety Division: Audio Visual Lending Library
Health and safety audio visual collection that is available for loan to residents of Manitoba. This site provides access to the collection along with guidelines for the borrowing of materials.
 
  Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for Infectious Substances
Public Health Agency of Canada presents these MSDS "for personnel working in the life sciences as quick safety reference material relating to infectious micro-organisms." Data sheets are available in English and French.
 
  Mine Safety and Health Administration (USA)
The mission of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) is to administer the provisions of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 (Mine Act) and to enforce compliance with mandatory safety and health standards as a means to eliminate fatal accidents; to reduce the frequency and severity of nonfatal accidents; to minimize health hazards; and to promote improved safety and health conditions in the Nation's mines.
 
  Ministry of Labour: Ontario
The Ministry of Labour's mission is to advance safe, fair and harmonious workplace practices that are essential to the social and economic well-being of the people of Ontario.
 
  National Agricultural Safety Database (NASD)
US national database of agriculturally related health and safety information contributed by safety professionals and organizations.
 
  National Association of Government Labor Officials
NAGLO is a professional association consisting of the chief official in each state and territory of the United States responsible for overseeing the laws that protect and serve working men and women throughout the nation.
 
  National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH)
The National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) strives to promote health and quality of life by preventing or controlling those diseases or deaths that result from interactions between people and their environment.
 
  National Code Documents
This site provides information on the access and purchase of various Canadian national code documents including the National Building Code of Canada 2005 (NBC), the National Fire Code of Canada 2005 (NFC) and the National Plumbing Code of Canada 2005 (NPC).
 
  National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (EPA)
This US Environmental Protection Agency laboratory "is the agency's focal point for scientific research on the effects of contaminants and environmental stressors on human health and ecosystem integrity."
 
  National Institute for Occcupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is the federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness. NIOSH is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the Department of Health and Human Services.
 
  National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is one of 27 Institutes and Centers of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is a component of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The mission of the NIEHS is to reduce the burden of human illness and disability by understanding how the environment influences the development and progression of human disease.
 
  National Joint Council
The National Joint Council includes 17 public service bargaining agents, Treasury Board and a number of "separate employers" as official members. Partnership and co-development are keys to the modernization of public service labour relations. At the National Joint Council, government and union representatives demonstrate that partnership and co-development improve the workplace and provide important benefits.
 
  National Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee
NOHSAC is responsible for providing independent advice directly to the Minister of Labour on major occupational health and safety issues in New Zealand.
 
  National Toxicology Program
The NTP is an interagency program whose mission is to evaluate agents of public health concern by developing and applying tools of modern toxicology and molecular biology.
 
  National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
The NTSB is an independent agency charged with determining the probable cause of transportation accidents and promoting transportation safety.
 
  Naval Safety Center
United States Navy site which deals with all aspects of health and safety.
 
  Naval Safety Center: Photo of the Week
This site provides a weekly safety photo, plus archive of previous photos. The Naval Safety Center is a comprehensive source of health and safety information applicable to any work environment.
 
  Newfoundland and Labrador WHSCC: Certified Training Providers for OH&S Committees
List of Certified Training Providers for OH&S Committees, Worker Health & Safety Representatives and Worker Health and Safety Designate as recommended by the Prevention Services section of the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission of Newfoundland and Labrador.
 
  Nova Scotia Environment and Labour
Nova Scotia Environment and Labour is responsible for delivering effective and efficient regulatory management for the protection of our environment and the health and safety of Nova Scotians. One goal of the department is to establish and enforce clear standards to reduce occupational injury and illness.
 
  Nova Scotia Labour Relations Board and Construction Industry Panel
The Labour Relations Board and Construction Industry Panel help to resolve disputes between labour and management that relate to the Trade Union Act. This web site provides information about the Board's services.
 
  NT WorkSafe
NT WorkSafe is the administrative and regulatory arm of the Northern Territory Work Health Authority the statutory body established under the Work Health Act. NT WorkSafe is resonsible for the Territory-wide regulation of occupational health and safety, rehabilitation and workers' compensation.
 
  Occupational Health and Safety Branch: Department of Government Services (Newfoundland & Labrador)
The mandate is to maintain and improve health and safety standards in the workplace through the administration of: the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations; the Mines Safety of Workers Regulations; the Radiation Health and Safety Act and Regulations and, other associated Regulations, Codes of Practice and specified standards.
 
  Occupational Health and Safety Division: Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour
The goal of the deapartment is to establish and enforce clear standards to reduce occupational injury and illness. As a key part of Nova Scotia's Workplace Safety and Insurance System. This department enforces the provincial Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
 
  Occupational Health and Safety Tribunal Canada
The mandate of the Tribunal is to receive, hear and dispose of appeals of decisions [ss.129(7)] and directions [s.146] issued under the Canada Labour Code, Part II, in all sectors under federal jurisdiction, such as the Air, Rail, Marine and Oil and Gas sectors, the federal Public Service and businesses like road transportation, ferries, and grain elevators.
 
  Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
The United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is an agency of the United States Department of Labor. Its mission is to prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths by issuing and enforcing rules (called standards) for workplace safety and health.
 
  Office of the Employer Advisor (Ontario)
The OEA is an independent agency of the Ministry of Labour and has been helping Ontario employers manage their workplace safety and insurance costs, since 1985. They provide expert advice to any size employer; including mediation, negotiation, and representation throughout the workplace safety and insurance system to employers who primarily employ fewer than 100 employees.
 
  Office of the Worker Advisor (OWA)
The Office of the Worker Adviser (OWA) is an independent agency of the Ontario Ministry of Labour. The OWA provides free services to non-unionized injured workers and their survivors in workplace insurance matters (formerly called workers' compensation).
 
  Ontario Labour Relations Board
The Ontario Labour Relations Board is an independent, quasi-judicial tribunal mandated to mediate and adjudicate a variety of employment and labour relations-related matters under a number of Ontario statutes.
 
  Ontario Workplace Gateway
Developed by the Ministry of Labour, the Ontario Workplace Gateway provides employers, workers and others with one-stop access to information and services on a wide variety of workplace-related topics. Ranging from rights, responsibilities and resources respecting employment standards and health and safety laws, environmental protection and other legislated standards, the Ontario Workplace Gateway helps you find the information and answers you need to ensure safe, fair and harmonious workplaces.
 
  Ontario Workplace Tribunals Library
Subject areas include labour relations law, employment law, workers' compensation, human rights, pay equity law, administrative law, medical issues pertaining to workers' compensation. Materials include decisions of the tribunals, law reports, government documents, books, journals, policy manuals.
 
  OSH for Everyone: Northwest Territories & Nunavut
This collection of occupational health and safety (OH&S) resources is designed to help workers and employers prevent injuries and illnesses in their workplace.
 
  Pandemic Influenza Portal
This new web portal provides one stop access to online information from several Government of Canada departments and agencies about pandemic influenza, avian flu, seasonal flu and related matters.
 
  Pandemic Planning (CCOHS site)
Browse the Pandemic Planning site for helpful documents and tools. Use the Links section to find out more information on various aspects of this situation.
 
  Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA)
Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA), is the federal agency responsible for the regulation of pest control products in Canada.
 
  Public Health Agency of Canada: Injury Section
The mission of the Public Health Agency of Canada is to promote and protect the health of Canadians through leadership, partnership, innovation and action in public health. This site provides information and access to a variety of Canadian injury sites.
 
  Public Safety Canada
Canada’s lead department for public safety. The department establishes and and implements national policies for emergency management and national security. They help ensure community safety by delivering crime prevention programs and developing federal policies for law enforcement and corrections.
 
  Public Service Labour Relations Board
Public Service Labour Relations Board, a quasi-judicial tribunal responsible for the administration of the collective bargaining and grievance adjudication systems in the federal public and parliamentary services. Under the Public Service Labour Relations Act (PSLRA), the Board is vested with a three-pronged mandate consisting of adjudication, mediation, and compensation analysis and research.
 
  Queensland: Workplace Health and Safety
Promotes workplace health and safety, and provides a workers compensation system for the employers and workers of Queensland.
 
  SAFE Work Manitoba
SAFE Work is an injury and illness prevention strategy developed by the Workers Compensation Board (WCB) and the Workplace Safety and Health Division (WSHD). The goal is to reduce time-loss injury rate in the workplace by 25 percent over five years with the participation of industry, labour and educational organizations.
 
  SafeCanada.ca (Public Safety Canada)
SafeCanada.ca is a one-stop shop for public safety and security information and services in Canada. This site is organized in an intuitive subject-based manner that allows you to find what you are looking for easily.
 
  Safety Codes Council
Working in partnership with industry, municipalities, labour, and government, the Safety Codes Council provides Albertan's with quality public safety systems for structures, facilities and equipment and provide competency-based training for Safety Codes Officers.
 
  Saskatchewan Farm Safety
Saskatchewan Labour Farm Safety Program works with many partners to prevent injuries and promote safe work practices on the farm through: presentations for the schools and public; exhibits at trade shows; information for the media; resource information for the public; a statistical database on Saskatchewan farm fatalities.
 
  Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board
The Board administers The Trade Union Act, The Construction Industry Labour Relations Act, 1992 and The Health Labour Relations Reorganization Act. These laws apply to most unionized employees in Saskatchewan. They do not generally apply to non-unionized employees or to employees, unionized or otherwise, of companies which fall under federal jurisdiction such as telecommunications companies or airlines.
 
  Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Labour
The mandate of the Department is to ensure that Saskatchewan workers are employed in safe, fair and productive workplaces. The Department carries out this mandate through labour legislation, prevention, education and training services, through promoting, developing and enforcing occupational health and safety and labour standards, providing support to injured workers and assisting in preventing and resolving workplace disputes.
 
  Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board
Serving injured workers and employers, their vision is to excel in the development and delivery of workers' compensation and injury prevention programs and services.
 
  Scottish Centre for Healthy Working Lives
Whatever people want to do for a living, and wherever they are in Scotland, the vision is to give them the opportunity to work in ways that allow them not only to sustain, but also to improve, their health and well-being.
 
  Service du répertoire toxicologique of the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST)
The mandate of the Service du répertoire toxicologique of the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST) is to provide information on chemical or biological products used in the workplace. This information allows Québec employers and workers to have a better knowledge of the health and safety risks associated with the products that they use, thereby promoting the putting in place of appropriate prevention methods. Only a portion of the contents of the Service du répertoire toxicologique site is available in English.
 
  Standards Council of Canada
The Standards Council of Canada is a federal Crown corporation with the mandate to promote efficient and effective standardization.
 
  Student WorkSafe Planning 10 (Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia)
A recommended resource of The Ministry of Education, it has been significantly revised to support the new Planning 10 curriculum. Relevant materials from the existing Student WorkSafe 10, 11 and 12 have been combined to address the Ministry's new policy on Work Experience Requirements for Graduation and Workplace Safety. This resource includes six lesson plans, each designed to correspond to one or more prescribed learning outcomes from the provincially prescribed Planning 10 curriculum.
 
  Substance Abuse Information Database
SAID provides information about and access to hundreds of documents and resources that may assist employers and others to learn about workplace substance abuse issues and develop drug-free workplace programs. Examples of items cataloged in SAID include sample policies, research reports, training and educational materials, and legal and regulatory information.
 
  Telehealth Ontario: Ask an Expert
HealthyOntario.com's Ask An Expert service allows you to direct non-emergency medical inquiries regarding hot health topics to a health information expert. All inquiries and responses are processed by Prescient Digital Media Ltd. under the supervision of HealthyOntario.com's Chief Medical Editor. This service is operated by the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion and managed by Prescient Digital Media. Inquiries are currently being taken in regards to six issues crucial to the wellness of Ontarians: Arthritis, asthma, cancer, diabetes, smoking cessation, and weight loss.
 
  Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Program (TEHIP)
This program is part of the Specialized Information Services (SIS) Division of the US National Library of Medicine (NLM). This site is an access point for all of the databases available on the Toxicology Data Network (TOXNET), as well as a Chemical Information page for additional information on drugs, pesticides, environmental pollutants, and other potential toxins.
 
  Transport Canada: Rail Safety Directorate
The Rail Safety Directorate's mission is to develop and administer policies, regulations and services for the best railway transportation system.
 
  Transport Canada: Transport Dangerous Goods Directorate
The Transport Dangerous Goods Directorate is the focal point for the national program to promote public safety during the transportation of dangerous goods. The TDG Directorate serves as the major source of regulatory development, information and guidance on dangerous goods transport for the public, industry and government employees.
 
  Transportation Safety Board of Canada
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is an independent agency created to advance transportation safety through the investigation of occurrences in the marine, pipeline, rail and air modes of transportation. Use our web site to learn more about the agency, our investigation process, and investigation reports.
 
  Tri-National Working Group of Government Experts on Workplace Safety and Health
The North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC) is a supplemental agreement to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) signed by the United States, Mexico and Canada, which entered into force on January 1, 1994. The objectives of the NAALC are, among other things, to improve working conditions and living standards, to promote a set of guiding labor principles, and to encourage cooperation to promote innovation and rising levels of productivity and quality.
 
  U. S. Department of Labor
The United States Department of Labor is a Cabinet department of the United States government responsible for occupational safety, wage and hour standards, unemployment insurance benefits, re-employment services, and some economic statistics. Many U.S. states also have such departments. The department is headed by the United States Secretary of Labor.
 
  WHMIS News (Health Canada)
WHMIS News, an electronic newsletter targeted to suppliers, employers, workers, government partners and other interested parties involved in the distribution and/or use of hazardous workplace materials. This newsletter is produced by the National Office of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). WHMIS News will be published on an ad hoc basis with the objective of keeping you abreast of developments on issues as they emerge. This will include, for example, updates on the transition to the Globally Harmonized System, substance-specific directives, compliance deficiencies and other issues.
 
  Work smart Ontario
For new and young workers starting out in the workforce in Ontario, this site has the information you need to know about protecting your health and safety and understanding your employment rights.
 
  WorkCover ACT
ACT WorkCover's core business is to administer, implement and enforce legislation covering occupational health and safety; workers' compensation; dangerous substances and labour regulation.
 
  WorkCover NSW
WorkCover promotes workplace health and safety, and provides a workers compensation system for the employers and workers of NSW.
 
  WorkCover SA
WorkCover SA is funded by employers to manage a balanced and financially sound system that rehabilitates, compensates and returns injured workers to safe workplaces and the community.
 
  WorkCover Tasmania
WorkCover Tasmania promotes workplace health and safety, and provides a workers compensation system for the employers and workers of Tasmania.
 
  WorkCover WA
WorkCover WA is the statutory authority responsible for the regulation and administration of the workers' compensation system in Western Australia.
 
  Worker Advisor Program: Prince Edward Island
The Worker Advisor will assist injured workers and their families receive the benefits they are entitled to under the Workers Compensation Act and in particular with the appeals process.
 
  Workers' Advisers Program: Nova Scotia Environment and Labour
The Workers' Advisers Program is a legal clinic that is funded by the provincial government offering services to injured workers.
 
  Workers' Advisor Office: Northwest Territories & Nunavut
This office assists with talking with the WCB about claims and trying to work out a solutions; explaining the WCB process and WCB decisions; helping to decide if any more information is needed in a case; reviewing file evidence; helping to prepare and present a case to all WCB decision-making levels; helping you and your family find other community services that you might need.
 
  Workers' Advocate: Government of Yukon
The Workers' Advocate is appointed by the Minister of Justice to advocate on the behalf of injured workers. The main duty of the Worker's Advocate is to advise workers and the dependents of deceased workers on the workers' compensation process, and the meaning and effect of compensation claims.
 
  Workers' Compensation Administrators Directory
The North Carolina Industrial Commission's list of United States and Canadian workers' compensation agencies is a separate document. It is updated daily, as they receive new information; and is probably the most complete and up-to-date listing of its type available anywhere.
 
  Workers' Compensation Appeal Tribunal of British Columbia
This website is intended to help you with various aspects of the appeal process. The 'How to Appeal' section provides an explanation of how to initiate an appeal, access to various appeal forms, links to WCAT publications and other resources that may be helpful. The 'Research' section provides a searchable database of WCAT decisions and links to other sites that may assist you with the appeal process. The 'Publications' section provides access to publications that may also be of assistance.
 
  Workers Compensation Appeal Tribunal: Prince Edward Island
This tribunal is a body appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council established to hear appeals of Internal Reconsideration Officer decisions and any other matter referred to it by the Workers Compensation Board.
 
  Workers' Compensation Appeals Tribunal: Nova Scotia
The Workers' Compensation Appeals Tribunal is an independent tribunal which hears and decides appeals from final decisions of the Workers' Compensation Board.
 
  Workers' Compensation Board of Alberta
The Workers´ Compensation Board of Alberta is a not-for-profit organization legislated to administer the workers’ compensation system for the province. Through the payment of premiums, 117,000 employers fund this no-fault system to provide compensation for workplace injuries and occupational diseases to over 1.5 million workers.
 
  Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba
Working with its partners, the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba promotes safe and healthy workplaces, promotes recovery and return to work, provides compassionate and supportive compensation services for workers and employers, and ensures responsible financial stewardship.
 
  Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba: 24 Hour Distress Line
If you or a member of your family is having trouble dealing with the effects of your injury, call the WEB Distress Line. Trained counselors from Klinic Community Health Centre are there to help you 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The service is totally confidential and free of charge.
 
  Workers' Compensation Board of Nova Scotia
The WCB provides injury prevention information and education; protection from legal action; financial and health-care benefits; rate incentive programs; and co-ordination of the partners in the workplace safety and insurance system.
 
  Workers Compensation Board of Prince Edward Island
WEB exists to promote safe workplaces and to protect employers and injured workers through a sustainable accident insurance program.
 
  Workers' Safety & Compensation Commission
Provides compensation and occupational health & safety information for workers in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
 
  Working Partners for an Alcohol-and Drug-Free-Workplace
Working Partners strives to build a drug-free workforce by equipping businesses and communities with tools and information to effectively address drug and alcohol problems.
 
  Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System: Official National Site
The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is Canada's national hazard communication standard. The key elements of the system are cautionary labeling of containers of WHMIS "controlled products", the provision of material safety data sheets (MSDSs) and worker education and training programs.
 
  Workplace Health Connect
Workplace Health Connect is a free no obligation service set up in partnership with the Health and Safety Executive. We provide free, practical advice on workplace health and safety, working with both managers and staff. And our aim is to transfer knowledge and skills direct to companies, so they can tackle future issues themselves.
 
  Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission of Newfoundland and Labrador
Serving over 14,000 employers and approximately 12,000 injured workers, the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission is an employer-funded no fault insurance system that promotes safe and healthy workplaces, provides return-to-work programs and fair compensation to injured workers and their dependents.
 
  Workplace Health, Safety & Compensation Review Division: Newfoundland and Labrador
The Decision Search System (DSS) contains over 2000 decisions of the Workplace Health, Safety & Compensation Review Division. It is intended for use by the general public to assist with issues surrounding workers' compensation appeals.
 
  Workplace Safety and Health: Manitoba Labour and Immigration
The Division administers seven Acts and associated Regulations dealing with the health and safety of workers, protection of the public from unsafe mechanical and electrical equipment and fuel-burning appliances in buildings, and the licensing of tradespersons in the Province. The Division emphasizes a preventive focus to eliminate workplace and public hazards through education, training, working with employers and employees, and inspections and investigations.
 
  Workplace Safety and Health: Work Safety and Health Training Providers List
This list of safety education and training providers Manitoba employers and employees. The Workplace Safety and Health Division has not evaluated the services provided by these firms or organizations. Their presence on this list does not imply an endorsement or acceptance by the Division. The Division assumes no liability for any damages or loss suffered as a result of any inaccuracy, or incompleteness in training provided by the persons or firms listed, or any failure on the part.
 
  Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal
The Tribunal is the final level of appeal to which workers and employers may bring disputes concerning workplace safety and insurance matters in Ontario. The Appeals Tribunal is separate from and independent of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.
 
  Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) promotes workplace health and safety, and provides a workers compensation system for the employers and workers of Ontario. There is extensive information on this site about prevention, forms, health issues, return to work programs, and links to other health and safety organizations.
 
  WorkSafe Victoria
WorkSafe Victoria is responsible for enforcing Victoria's occupational health and safety laws; providing reasonably priced insurance for employers; helping injured workers back into the workforce and managing the workers' compensation scheme by ensuring the prompt delivery of appropriate services and adopting prudent financial practice.s
 
  WorkSafeBC: List of Video Titles
List of audio video's freely available to workers, employers and residents of British Columbia.
 
  WorkSafeBC (Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia)
WorkSafeBC is dedicated to promoting workplace health and safety for the workers and employers of British Columbia. They consult with and educate employers and workers and monitor compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation.
 
  WorkSafeNB (Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission of New Brunswick)
WorkSafeNB provides accident prevention services, occupational health and safety assistance and cost-effective disability and liability insurance to workers and employers in New Brunswick.
 
  World Health Organization
The World Health Organization is the United Nations specialized agency for health. This is the occupational health page of the WHO site.
 
  Yukon Workers' Compensation Appeal Tribunal
This site provides Yukon workers and employers with ready access to information that may directly affect them within the appeal process. Since the tribunal's inception in April of 2000, the site has issued approximately 100 written decisions on matters brought to the workers' compensation appeal process. Includes copies of all tribunal decisions to the date of query. The database is in the Adobe .pd. format and is searchable.
 
  Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety Board
The mission of the Yukon Workers' Compensation, Health and Safety Board is to provide care and compensation for injured workers, while ensuring safe and healthy work practices.
 
  Agence de la santé publique du Canada: Section des blessures
Un site interactif renfermant des données statistiques sur les blessures au Canada.
 
  Agence Nationale pour l'Amélioration des Conditions de Travail
Le réseau ANACT pour l’amélioration des conditions de travail a pour vocation d’améliorer à la fois la situation des salariés et l’efficacité des entreprises, et de favoriser l’appropriation des méthodes correspondantes par tous les acteurs concernés.
 
  Association canadienne des administrateurs de la législation ouvrière (ACALO)
Fondée en 1938, l'ACALO est une association formée des sous-ministres responsables du travail des gouvernements fédéral, provinciaux et territoriaux et des chefs d'organismes de sécurité et de santé au travail.
 
  Association des commissions des accidents du travail du Canada
Assumer au Canada un solide rôle de chef de file en assurant les meilleurs lieux de travail au monde en matière de sécurité et de santé, de même qu’un régime d’indemnisation des travailleurs équitable et abordable.
 
  Bibliothèque des tribunaux du travail de l'Ontario (BTTO)
Les principaux sujets sont le droit en matière de relations de travail, d'emploi, d'indemnisation des travailleurs, de droits de la personne et d'équité salariale ainsi que le droit administratif général. La collection porte aussi sur les questions médicales en rapport avec l'indemnisation des travailleurs. La collection se compose de livres, de documents gouvernementaux, de recueils de jurisprudence, de services de mise à jour sur feuilles mobiles, de manuels de politiques et de décisions des quatre tribunaux auxquels la BTTO est rattachée.
 
  Bulletin du travail
Le Bulletin du travail est un bimensuel produit par la Politique et Information sur les milieux de travail, Programme du travail, Ressources humaines et Développement social Canada. Le Bulletin du travail vous tiendra au courant des développements continus concernant les relations de travail et la négociation collective au Canada grâce à des renseignements personnalisés et d’actualité.
 
  Bulletin Liaison
Bulletin Liaison est publié au besoin seulement, c'est-à-dire, lorsque des règlements en matière de santé et de sécurité au travail sont publiés dans la partie I ou II de la Gazette du Canada.
 
  Bureau de la sécurité des transports du Canada (BST)
Le Bureau de la sécurité des transports du Canada (BST) est un organisme indépendant qui a été créé pour promouvoir la sécurité du transport par la conduite d'enquêtes sur les événements de transport survenus dans les domaines de la marine, des pipelines, du rail et de l'aviation.
 
  Bureau des conseillers des employeurs (BCE)
Le BCE est un organisme indépendant du ministère du Travail de l'Ontario qui vient en aide aux employeurs de l'Ontario depuis 1985. Nos experts sont là pour vous aider à gérer les coûts liés à la sécurité au travail et à l'assurance afin que votre entreprise bénéficie d'un avantage concurrentiel.
 
  Bureau des conseillers des travailleurs (BCT)
Le Bureau des conseillers des travailleurs (BCT) est un organisme indépendant, qui est rattaché au ministère du Travail. Il conseille et représente les personnes non syndiquées qui ont subi un accident du travail ou contracté une maladie professionnelle.
 
  Canosh
Offrant aux Canadiens et aux Canadiennes un moyen pratique et efficace d'obtenir des renseignements sur l'hygiène et la sécurité au travail, fournis par des organismes des gouvernements fédéral, provinciaux et territoriaux du Canada et du Centre canadien d'hygiène et de sécurité au travail (CCHST).
 
  CANUTEC: Guide des mesures d'urgence 2004
Le Guide des mesures d'urgence 2004 (GMU2004) a été élaboré conjointement par Transports Canada, le Département aux Transports des États-Unis et le Secrétariat aux Communications et aux Transports du Mexique. Il est destiné aux pompiers, aux services de police et au personnel d'autres services d'urgence qui peuvent être les premiers à arriver sur les lieux d'un incident mettant en cause des marchandises dangereuses.
 
  CANUTEC: le Centre canadien d'urgence transport du Ministère des transports
Visant à accroître la sécurité du public en matière de transport des marchandises dangereuses.
 
  Centre canadien d'hygiène et de sécurité au travail (CCHST)
Le mandat du CCHST est de promouvoir la santé et la sécurité en milieu de travail en fournissant de l'information et des conseils sur tous les aspects de l'environnement au travail.
 
  Centre de documentation de la CSST
Bienvenue sur Information SST...une voie d'accès aux connaissances en santé et en sécurité du travail.
 
  Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire
La Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire (CCSN) joue, pour ainsi dire, le rôle de protecteur de l'intérêt public, veillant sur presque toutes les activités faisant appel à l'énergie et aux matières nucléaires au Canada.
 
  Commission canadienne des droits de la personne
La Commission canadienne des droits de la personne administre la Loi canadienne sur les droits de la personne et a la responsabilité d'assurer le respect de la Loi sur l'équité en matière d'emploi, deux lois qui voient au respect des principes de non-discrimination et d'égalité des chances dans tous les domaines relevant de la compétence fédérale.
 
  Commission canadienne des droits de la personne: Information sur la jurisprudence
Les personnes qui souhaitent s’informer sur les plaintes en matière de droits de la personne et les divers modes de règlement ont accès à diverses sources d’information.
 
  Commission de la santé, de la sécurité et de l'indemnisation des accidents au travail
La CSSIAT offre des services de prévention des accidents; de l’aide en matière de santé et de sécurité au travail; ainsi qu’une assurance-invalidité et une assurance-responsabilité économiques aux travailleurs et aux employeurs du Nouveau-Brunswick.
 
  Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST)
La Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST) est l'organisme auquel le gouvernement du Québec a confié l'administration du régime de santé et de sécurité du travail. Elle joue le rôle d'assureur public auprès des travailleurs et des travailleuses et des employeurs, en plus de s'occuper de prévention. Le régime de santé et de sécurité du travail résulte d'un large consensus qui a donné lieu au contrat social liant plus de deux millions de travailleurs et travailleuses et leurs employeurs. En vertu de ce contrat, les victimes d'une lésion professionnelle sont indemnisées.
 
  Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail : Service du répertoire toxicologique
Le mandat du Service du répertoire toxicologique de la Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST) consiste à fournir des renseignements sur les produits chimiques ou biologiques utilisés en milieu de travail. Ces renseignements permettent aux employeurs et aux travailleurs québécois de mieux connaître les risques pour la santé et la sécurité que présentent les produits qu'ils utilisent, favorisant ainsi la mise en place de moyens de prévention adéquats. Il fournit également des renseignements spécifiques concernant le Système d'information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT) et offre aux intervenants en santé et en sécurité du travail un soutien spécialisé pour leurs interventions.
 
  Commission de la sécurité professionnelle et de l'assurance contre les accidents du travail (CSPAAT)
La Commission de la sécurité professionnelle et de l'assurance contre les accidents du travail (CSPAAT) fait la promotion de la santé et la sécurité au travail et fournit un régime d'indemnisation des travailleurs aux employeurs et aux travailleurs et travailleuses de l'Ontario.
 
  Commission des lésions professionnelles (CLP)
La mission de la Commission des lésions professionnelles (CLP) consiste à disposer des contestations des décisions rendues par la Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST). La CLP est régie par la Loi sur les accidents du travail et les maladies professionnelles (L.R.Q., c. A-3.001).
 
  Commission des relations de travail dans la fonction publique
Un tribunal quasi-judiciaire responsable de l'administration des régimes de négociation collective et d'arbitrage de griefs dans la fonction publique fédérale et au Parlement.
 
  Commission des relations de travail de l’Ontario
La Commission des relations de travail de l’Ontario est un organisme quasi judiciaire autonome, dont le mandat est d’assurer la médiation et le règlement de tout un éventail d’affaires liées à l’emploi et aux relations de travail et qui sont régies par un certain nombre de lois de l’Ontario.
 
  Commission du travail du Manitoba
La Loi sur les relations de travail définit comme suit le mandat de la Commission du travail du Manitoba : un tribunal spécialisé, indépendant et autonome, responsable de l’administration et de l’arbitrage justes et efficaces des cas qui lui incombent en vertu de la Loi ou en vertu d’articles de toute autre loi.
 
  Conseil canadien des normes
Nous favorisons l'élaboration des normes nationales et internationales et des services d'accréditation et leur recours, pour parvenir à améliorer la compétitivité du Canada et le bien-être des Canadiens.
 
  Conseil canadien des relations industrielles
Le Conseil canadien des relations industrielles a pour mandat de favoriser l'établissement et le maintien de relations de travail efficaces dans toute entreprise relevant de la compétence du Parlement du Canada.
 
  Conseil de contrôle des renseignements relatifs aux matières dangereuses (CCRMD)
Un organisme indépendant qui relève du Parlement par l’intermédiaire du ministre de la Santé. Nous collaborons avec nos intervenants – l’industrie, les travailleurs et les gouvernements – pour protéger à la fois les travailleurs et les secrets commerciaux dans l’industrie chimique canadienne. Nos atouts comportent une solide expertise scientifique, une bonne communication et la volonté de faire respecter les droits de toutes les parties concernées.
 
  Conseil national mixte
Créé en 1944, le Conseil national mixte compte aujourd'hui, à titre de membres officiels, dix-sept agents négociateurs de la fonction publique, le Conseil du Trésor et plusieurs « employeurs distincts ».
 
  Direction de la Sécurité ferroviaire
La mission du Programme de sécurité ferroviaire consiste à établir et administrer des politiques, règlements et services pour le meilleur réseau de transport ferroviaire.
 
  Division de la sécurité et de l’hygiène du travail: Travail et immigration Manitoba
Les agents des services à la clientèle de la Division répondent aux demandes de renseignements des travailleurs, des employeurs et des autres citoyens du Manitoba qui visent des questions, des préoccupations et des plaintes liées à la sécurité et à l’hygiène du travail, ainsi qu’à la sécurité publique.
 
  Fiches Techniques Santé/Sécurité: agents infectieux
Les FTSS sont donc produites pour le personnel oeuvrant dans les sciences humaines comme un outil de référence rapide sur la sécurité relative aux microorganismes infectieux.
 
  Institut canadien d’information sur la santé (ICIS)
L’Institut canadien d’information sur la santé (ICIS) fournit de l’information opportune, exacte et comparable. Les données que l’ICIS rassemble et les rapports qu’il produit éclairent les politiques de la santé, appuient la prestation efficace de services de santé et sensibilisent les Canadiens aux facteurs qui contribuent à une bonne santé.
 
  Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST)
Solidement implanté au Québec depuis 1980, l'Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) est un organisme de recherche scientifique reconnu pour l'expertise de son personnel et la qualité de ses travaux.
 
  Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ)
L'Institut national de santé publique du Québec vise à être le centre d'expertise et de référence en matière de santé publique au Québec. Son objectif est de faire progresser les connaissances et de proposer des stratégies et des actions intersectorielles susceptibles d'améliorer l'état de santé et de bien être de la population.
 
  L’Agence de réglementation de la lutte antiparasitaire (ARLA)
L’Agence de réglementation de la lutte antiparasitaire (ARLA) de Santé Canada est l’agence fédérale responsable de la réglementation des produits antiparasitaires au Canada.
 
  La Commission des relations du travail du Québec
La Commission est un tribunal spécialisé en matière d’emploi et de relations du travail. L’une de ses missions principales consiste à favoriser le règlement négocié des litiges. Si aucun règlement n’est possible, la Commission entend les parties et rend une décision.
 
  Les jeunes et la CSST
Bienvenue sur le site « jeunes » de la Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST). La prévention des accidents du travail, voilà un défi qui nous tient tous à cœur : jeunes, enseignants et employeurs.
 
  Ministère du Travail: Ontario
Établi en 1919 pour élaborer et appliquer la législation du travail, le ministère du Travail a pour mission de promouvoir des pratiques de travail sécuritaires, équitables et harmonieuses qui sont indispensables au mieux-être social et économique des Ontariens et des Ontariennes.
 
  National Research and Safety Institute (INRS)
From toxicological hazards to physical and psychological well-being, the INRS conducts study and research programmes to improve the health and safety of French 9:26:11 AMmen and women at work.
 
  Office des normes générales du Canada (ONGC)
L'Office des normes générales du Canada (ONGC) est un organisme du gouvernement fédéral qui offre des services d'élaboration de normes et d'évaluation de la conformité complets axés sur les clients en appui aux intérêts des intervenants (gouvernement, industrie et consommateurs) en matière d'économie, de réglementation, d'approvisionnement, de santé, de sécurité et d'environnement.
 
  Pandémie D'Influenza
Accès centralisé à de l'information fournie par les ministères et organismes du gouvernement du Canada sur l'influenza pandémique, la grippe aviaire et la grippe saisonnière.
 
  Planification de pandémie (CCHST)
Consultez le site sur la planification en cas de pandémie, qui présente des documents et des outils utiles. N’oubliez pas d’utiliser la section Liens pour obtenir des renseignements additionnels.
 
  Portail canadien des pratiques exemplaires pour la promotion de la santé et la prevention des maladies chroniques
Les objectifs à long terme du Système canadien des pratiques exemplaires de l’ASPC sont d’améliorer la santé, de réduire le fardeau des maladies chroniques et de diminuer les coûts de santé.
 
  Portail d'information sur les milieux de travail (Ontario)
Élaboré par le ministère du Travail de l'Ontario, le Portail d'information sur les milieux de travail est un site Web où les employeurs, les travailleurs et d'autres personnes trouvent, réunis à un seul endroit, des renseignements sur toutes sortes de sujets liés au monde du travail.
 
  Portail des Substances chimiques
Au Canada, les administrations municipales, provinciales, territoriales et fédérale ont toutes un rôle à jouer dans la gestion des substances chimiques. Le gouvernement du Canada s'est doté de multiples lois et programmes axés sur la protection de la santé humaine et de l'environnement naturel pour contrer les risques liés aux produits chimiques. Son principal instrument juridique pour évaluer et réduire les substances chimiques dans l'environnement est la Loi canadienne sur la protection de l'environnement (1999 (LCPE, 1999), administrée conjointement par Environnement Canada et Santé Canada.
 
  Prix innovation en santé et sécurité du travail
Le Prix innovation en santé et sécurité du travail est un concours tenu dans les différentes régions du Québec. Il permet aux travailleurs et aux employeurs de faire connaître les initiatives qu’ils prennent – moyens de prévention novateurs, adaptation d’équipement ou méthodes de travail sécuritaires – pour éliminer les dangers présents dans leur milieu de travail.
 
  Programme Agricol (Manitoba)
La Division de la sécurité et de l’hygiène du travail et Agriculture Alimentation et Initiatives Rurales Manitoba cherche toujours à faire des fermes manitobaines des lieux plus sécuritaires où vivre et travailler.
 
  Recueil d'information et de ressources sur la prévention et le règlement de harcèlement en milieu de travail
Le recueil fournit également une liste d’enquêteurs approuvés pour enquêter sur les plaintes de harcèlement, ainsi qu’une liste de certains experts universitaires qui offrent des conférences et de la formation sur le sujet. Finalement, le recueil présente une bibliographie d’articles, de livres et de vidéo récents sur différents thèmes de harcèlement en milieu de travail.
 
  Répertoire des organisations de travailleurs au Canada
Le répertoire des organisations de travailleurs au Canada, présente un compendium de données sur les effectifs syndicaux, les syndicats, les centrales syndicates et les autres organisations de travailleurs.
 
  Ressources humaines et Développement social Canada: Programme du travail
Le Programme du travail vise à promouvoir l'équité, la sécurité, la santé, la stabilité, la coopération ainsi que la productivité en milieu de travail, au profit du bien être économique et social de tous les Canadiens.
 
  Santé Canada: Bureau de la radioprotection
Le Bureau de la radioprotection est le centre national canadien par excellence de la radioprotection professionnelle et environnementale.
 
  Santé Canada: Santé de l'environnement et du milieu de travail
L'environnement, y compris le milieu de travail, a un impact important sur la santé d'une personne. Santé Canada s'emploie à protéger la santé des Canadiens des dangers associés à l'environnement.
 
  SantéOntario.com: Demandez à un expert
Le service Avis d’expert de SantéOntario.com permet d’envoyer directement une demande d’information médicale non urgente à un expert dans le domaine de la santé.
 
  Sécurité publique et de la Protection civile du Canada (SPPCC)
Le ministère de la Sécurité publique et de la Protection civile du Canada (SPPCC) est un chef de file en matière de sécurité publique.
 
  SecuriteCanada.ca (Ministère de la Sécurité publique et Protection civile Canada)
SecuriteCanada.ca est votre unique arrêt pour l'information et les services concernant la sécurité au Canada.
 
  Service de renseignements: Centre canadien d'hygiène et de sécurité au travail (CCHST)
Le Centre canadien d'hygiène et de sécurité au travail (CCHST) est le dépositaire national d'information sur la santé et la sécurité du travail au Canada. Le Service des demandes de renseignements du CCHST répond aux questions en matière de santé et de sécurité que les Canadiens lui adressent au sujet de leur travail.
 
  Système d'information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail: Site national officiel
Le Système d'information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT) constitue la norme nationale canadienne en matière de communication des renseignements sur les dangers. Les éléments essentiels du SIMDUT se composent de mises en garde sur les étiquettes des contenants de «produits contrôlés», de fiches signalétiques et de programmes d'éducation et de formation pour les travailleurs.
 
  ToxNet
This US National Library of Medicine site provides "access to the TOXNET system of databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, and related areas."
 
  Transport des marchandises dangereuses
La Direction générale du transport des marchandises dangereuses est le point de contact du programme de réglementation visant la sécurité publique du transport des marchandises dangereuses.
 
  TravailleurAviséOntario
Le site officiel du ministère du Travail pour les jeunes et nouveaux travailleurs.
 
  Tribunal canadien des droits de la personne (TCDP)
Donner aux Canadiens une plus grande qualité de vie et l'assurance d'un accès égal aux occasions de notre société au moyen d'une interprétation et l'application objective et équitable de la Loi canadienne sur les droits de la personne et de la Loi sur l'équité en matière d'emploi.
 
  Tribunal d’appel: CSSIAT (New Brunswick)
Le Tribunal d’appel, qui relève de la compétence législative de la Loi sur la Commission de la santé, de la sécurité et de l’indemnisation des accidents au travail, de la Loi sur les accidents du travail et de la Loi sur l’hygiène et la sécurité au travail, est autorisé à entendre des appels. Le Tribunal d’appel fonctionne de façon indépendante de la Commission de la santé, de la sécurité et de l’indemnisation des accidents au travail (CSSIAT).
 
  Tribunal d’appel de la sécurité professionnelle et de l’assurance contre les accidents du travail (TASPAAT)
Bienvenue au Tribunal d’appel de la sécurité professionnelle et de l’assurance contre les accidents du travail (TASPAAT). Le Tribunal est le dernier recours des travailleurs et des employeurs dans les litiges en matière de sécurité professionnelle et d’assurance contre les accidents du travail en Ontario.
 
  Tribunal de santé et sécurité au travail Canada.
Les agents d'appel en matière de santé et sécurité désignés par le ministre du travail et réunis au sein d'une structure administrative désignée pour le vocable Bureau canadien d'appel en santé et sécurité au travail (Bureau), exercent les fonctions de tribunal administratif. Le Bureau est situé dans la région de la capitale nationale.