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Province changes labour laws to protect late-night retail workers

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The Saskatchewan government announced new regulations to better protect late-night retail workers from violence in the workplace that came into effect on January 8, 2013. The new regulations for late-night retail premises include:

  • Safe cash handling procedures
  • Use of video cameras
  • The provision of good visibility and signage for all late-night retail premises
  • Requirements for a check-in system and personal emergency transmitters to be provided to all workers working alone in late-night retail establishments.

The Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety will conduct a series of information sessions across the province to educate employers, workers and stakeholders on the new legislation.

For more information, please refer to the following resources:

For our members who would like to discuss how this may affect your business, or if you would like help understanding the new regulations, please call Business Resources at 1 888-234-2232.