Workplace Safety & Health
Manitoba’s Workplace Safety & Health requirements vary depending on how many employees you have. Common topics include:
• Written Policies (eg. working alone)
• Committee or Worker Representative
• First Aid Kits & Trained Staff
• Harassment & Violence Prevention
• WHMIS Training
All companies must have a policy about how they collect, use and disclose personal information. As Manitoba does not have its own privacy law, one must adhere to Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).
All businesses must have a Customer Service Standard policy to ensure positive and inclusive customer service to all, no matter the disability.
By May 1, 2020, all businesses must have plans to prevent barriers that affect current and future employees with disabilities.
Not all policies are required by the government, but some are just good for business. Popular templates include:
• Employee Code of Conduct
• Employment Contract
• Social Media Policy
• Cell Phone Policy
HR A to Z Tool Kit
More templates are available in CFIB’s Human Resources A to Z tool kit. Let us help your business save time with:
• hiring your first employee
• simplifying day-to-day staff management
• dismissing an employee
• understanding employment standards
Drug & Alcohol Policy
We have partnered with Fasken, a leading Canadian law firm, to help you with navigate the confusing rules around drug and alcohol in the workplace.
Download the policy template and watch the webinar now.
Requirements under Manitoba’s Workplace Safety & Health laws vary according to the number of people in the business. CFIB has templates and expert advice to help ensure your business is compliant with topics including:
Not all policies are required by the government, but some are just a smart business practice. CFIB has many templates that can help make it easier for you to be a great employer. These include:
- Fasken Drug & Alcohol Policy
- Employee Code of Conduct
- Employment Contract
- Social Media Policy
- Cell Phone Policy
Call CFIB today to let us help you save time in creating or updating your company policies.