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Direct deposit form to be completed by persons receiving CSST payments. The sums to which such persons are entitled can be deposited directly into their bank account.
This folder provides pregnant or breast-feeding workers with information on their rights, the medical certificate that is required, preventive withdrawal from hazardous duties, re-assignment and the indemnities they may be entitled do.
These statements are sent to any worker who received indemnities in 2012. Although the indemnities are not taxable, they must be declared in the worker's tax returns.
This brochure provides information on the complaints filing procedure in the case of a dispute between a worker and an employer : who may fle a complaint, the complaint-filing procedure, consideration of the complaint, the conciliation process, the conciliator's decision if the parties can't reach agreement and appealing that decision.
This manual is made available to first aiders in the workplace. It serves as both a basic training guide and a reference tool to support first aiders in their interventions.
The purpose of this guide is to facilitate the use and understanding of the information contained in the material safety data sheet of a hazardous product in accordance with the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS).
For workers who are victims of a work-related accident or disease, this pamphlet explains what they must do. It also explains their rights and what they should do if they disagree with the decisions of the CSST or their employer.
This brochure sets out the terms and conditions for reimbursement of travel, accommodation and meal expenses, and the maximum amounts payable to workers who have sustained an employment injury.
This guide contains information on the risks and prevention measures associated with fishing. The first part deals with general safety on board while the second part presents the safety rules related to specific fishing methods. The risks and means of prevention are first presented briefly in table form, after which the prevention measures are explained in detail. The Act respecting occupational health and safety requires that employers assume responsibility for the health and safety of their workers. This document, while not exhaustive, will help employers meet this requirement.
Designed for young and student workers, this brochure presents the main occupational health and safety questions and answers that apply to them and summarizes their and employers rights and obligations. It also explains the CSSTs role.