As of September 29, 2023, the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (“WSIB”) has revised its Policy No. 15-01-02, “Employers’ Accident-Reporting Obligations”, to stipulate a three-business-day deadline for covered employers to file a report of workplace injury.Read more
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Mathews Dinsdale is delighted to announce the addition of its new Associate, Julian Dickinson to the Firm’s Halifax office. Julian advises employers across Atlantic Canada in all areas of workplace law. Welcome to the team!
Mathews Dinsdale is delighted to announce the addition of its new Associate, Joanna Strozak to the Firm’s Toronto office. Welcome to the team!
The Best Lawyers™ in Canada 2024 recognizes 26 Mathews Dinsdale lawyers, from coast-to-cost, as leaders in the fields of Labour and Employment Law, Workers' Compensation Law, Employee Benefits Law and Immigration Law.
OHS inspectors are conducting unannounced field visits across Ontario to verify compliance with the OHSA and its Regulations. Any inspection brings risk of compliance orders, stop work orders and possible prosecution for high-risk contraventions.Read more
Mathews Dinsdale lawyers from coast-to-coast recognized in the 2023 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory as leaders in Labour Law, Employment Law, Construction Labour Relations, Occupational Health & Safety Law and Workers’ Compensation Law.
Ensuring that OHS risks are effectively managed with respect to volunteer ‘workers’ is key for employers. This article outlines what those OHS risks are and effective means of mitigating them.Read more