Meet your provincial due diligence obligations while also protecting yourself from the federal requirements of Bill C-21. For organizations subject to the Quebec Act respecting occupational health and safety, concepts of due diligence and negligence often lead to questions such as: Which rules take precedence between provincial and federal rules? How do you ensure compliance with these different laws?
For clarification, Santinel offers its expertise with a unique training on these questions! Our session will first help you understand the principle of due diligence and the measures required by law. These teachings will facilitate compliance with these obligations but will also improve your worker protection!
Our trainers will then teach the federal requirements of Bill C-21. You will discover effective management and prevention systems to strengthen and assume your management rights. These tools will help you meet all federal and provincial laws!
- Know and understand the concept of due diligence according to the Quebec Act respecting occupational health and safety (AROHS).
- Identify the legal requirements that arise from Bill C-21, even when your organization is subject to provincial jurisdiction.
- Discover concrete and positive measures to respect the principle of due diligence and your OHS obligations.
- Develop effective management and prevention systems to meet all of your obligations.
Offer resources to decision makers and ensure your organization’s compliance!
Did you know that, from a legal point of view, obligations and responsibilities are fully shared by the employer and their managers? Indeed, whether at the federal or provincial level, the Act considers organizations and their leaders as alter egos.
Fortunately, the training offered by Santinel will suit all your hierarchical levels! It is intended for employers and their representatives, whether they are administrators, officers, managers, agents or supervisors. In this way, your managers will understand their obligations and better protect your business.
Note that this training is designed to meet the needs of organizations subject to the Quebec Act respecting occupational health and safety. For companies that must comply with the Canada Labour Code, see our Due diligence and Bill C-21 – Federal page.