HR Domains (Career GPS): Occupational Health and Safety; Employee Relations; Organizational Design and Development; Function Management; HR Leadership
This webinar will help employers to examine and consider their health and safety program and its sufficiency to defend against a potential charge. Topics include:
- The employer's duties generally including:
- The requirement for a health and safety policy
- The requirement for a violence and harassment policy and program
- Supervisor's duties (and vicarious liability)
- Ministry of Labour enforcement including:
- Common charges
- Update on violence and harassment
- Due diligence
- Practical tips
Presenters: Lisa Bolton and Carissa Tanzola, Sherrard Kuzz LLP
Lisa Bolton represents management in many areas of employment and labour law. Her areas of expertise include: Wrongful Dismissal Litigation; Civil Litigation; Occupational Health and Safety; Strike Preparation and Labour Injunctions; Employment Contracts; Employment Standards; Attendance Management; Privacy; Grievance Arbitration, and Management Training.
Lisa is a former General Counsel of a public, multinational technology company headquartered in Oakville, Ontario. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and conducts workshops and seminars relating to litigation and employment issues.
Carissa Tanzola represents management in many areas of employment and labour law. Her areas of expertise include: Occupational Health and Safety; Workplace Safety and Insurance; Disability Management; Human Rights; Ontario Labour Relations Board Proceedings; Construction Labour Relations; Employment Standards; Wrongful Dismissal Litigation; Grievance Arbitration, and Management Training.
Carissa is currently serving as a Member-At-Large for the Labour and Employment Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association Executive. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and conducts workshops and seminars relating to employment and labour issues.