Stress is a leading cause of absenteeism in the workplace. As an employer, you should know what your responsibilities are when employees show signs of stress or take a stress-related leave of absence. To help you understand this rising issue in business, we have put together background information on some of the most common questions. Advice is free for members: call 1-888-234-2232.
By effectively managing workers compensation claims through CFIB’s exclusive-to-members Return to Work package, you can help get employees back to work safely and quickly, and limit the impact of claims on your business.
All Canadian employers must develop, implement, and maintain a worker education program so workers can work safely with hazardous products and materials. We can help you learn more about the new Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and how it relates to WHMIS so your employees are up to date on health and safety training.
Employers and employees want healthy and safe workplaces. A healthy and safe workplace provides an atmosphere with less worry, reduces the risks of fines and penalties, and creates a more productive and happy work environment.
As of July 1, 2015 new standards will come into effect with regards to training for Occupational Health and Safety Committees and Representatives in Newfoundland and Labrador. Do you know the requirements for your workplace?
A pandemic is different from other disasters because multiple locations could be affected simultaneously. There are six key questions that businesses need to answer as they plan for surviving a pandemic.
The Canada Consumer Product Safety Act came into effect on June 20th, 2011. The purpose of the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act is to protect the public by addressing or preventing dangers to human health or safety that are posed by consumer products in Canada. If you are a manufacturer, importer, retailer, advertiser, product tester or product packager of a consumer product, this act applies to you.