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In-Person Seminar | Paid Training

The Westray Bill 15 Years Later

The new crime of Occupational Health & Safety (“OHS”) Criminal Negligence established by the Westray Bill, on March 31, 2004, was a landmark legal development in Canada. 15 years later, it has changed the legal risk associated with workplace accidents. This half day seminar will cover the following regarding the Westray Bill:

  • The duties on corporations and “senior officers”
  • The criminal penalties for non-compliance
  • Judicial interpretation of key aspects of the law
  • How to prepare/react to a criminal investigation into a workplace accident
  • How to best comply with OHS regulatory and criminal in the workplace

Norm Keith, LL.M., CRSP, is a senior partner at Fasken and is the author of Workplace Health & Safety Crimes (4th edition, Lexis Nexis) and Canadian Health & Safety Law (Canada Law Book).

Audience

Managers, supervisors, OHS professionals, in-house legal counsel, human resource and operation managers.

Length

  • Half day

Upcoming Date

  • April 25, 2019 CANCELLED

Cost

This half day course costs $495 + HST per registrant.