Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, employers have specific duties with respect to workplace violence, bullying and harassment. A continuum of unwanted behaviours can occur in a workplace, ranging from offensive remarks to violence. As workers may face violence and harassment in any workplace and from any person in that workplace, it is important for employers to address any unwanted behaviours early on, conduct investigations appropriately, and take proper corrective actions.
Date: Wednesday, January 22nd 2020
Host: Saand Rexdale, 355 Attwell Drive (off north end of Carlingview Drive), Etobicoke, ON M9W 5C2
Time: 09:00 - 11:30 AM
Please RSVP online below, or via email to LNACUA@EMCCANADA.ORG .
- Welcome, Introductions & EMC Update
- Speaker Presentation / Q & A
- Plant Tour -- Please be sure to wear safety shoes
- Feedback from Tour & Roundtable Discussion
FOCUS: Senior Leaders, Business Owners, Human Resources
About our Host: Saand Inc. is a premier architectural glass fabricator of commercial and OEM glass products providing high quality, value-added glass solutions throughout North America. Saand manufactures a complete range of glass products and services including commercial insulating glass units, ceramic and silicone spandrel, back painted glass, stock and custom laminated, heat treating and heat soaking, sandblasting, and mirrors.
About Our Speaker: Damien Buntsma is a member of Miller Thomson’s Litigation and Labour and Employment law groups, working out of the Toronto and Vaughan offices. Damien regularly advises private sector employers, unionized and non-unionized, within the manufacturing, industrial and construction industries. While having a reputation as a fierce advocate on behalf of employers, he advises employers on a day-to-day basis and deals with complex wrongful dismissal litigation, ongoing labour disputes, labour arbitrations, union certification applications, collective bargaining, judicial reviews and matters that come before the Superior Court, Divisional Court, Court of Appeal and the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
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