Workplace Safety
RMG Consulting Group Inc. combines expertise from Health and Safety related disciplines such as Safety Engineering, Human Resources Management, Training and Development, Construction Health & Safety and Occupational Safety & Hygiene.Our professionals hold accredited designations of Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL), Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP), Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), Certified Health & Safety Consultant (CHSC), Environmental Practitioner (EP), Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (B.Sc. Kin), and Construction Health & Safety Officer (CHSO) to further enhance our consulting services to you.

RMG Consulting Group Inc. can assist in developing, implementing and maintaining your workplace Health & Safety Program to suit your currents needs and resources. We can provide administration for your Joint Health & Safety Committee – conduct meetings – prepare and maintain minutes– assist in accident reporting and conduct investigations – conduct workplace inspections on site and on construction sites. We also provide WSIB claims management, communication with government officials and provide other customized assistance and/or training as required.

Did you know

The Ministry of Labour has confirmed its 2016/2017 enforcement blitz schedule. This enforced blitz is meant to protect workers’ rights and ensure employer compliance. Blitz schedules have been prepared. These blitzes will primarily focus on work places employing young workers, vulnerable workers and places of employment with a large number of employees. OHSA Inspection blitzes aim to raise awareness. Provincial OHSA blitzes will target construction, Industrial / mining.

The following sectors are included:
– Construction
– Food Services
– Retail Trade
– Professional Services
– Services to Buildings
– Amusement and Recreation Industries
– Personal Care Services

The ministry aims to conduct local blitzes targeting specific sectors such as: Child Daycare Services, Manufacturing, Fitness Centers, Tow Truck companies and small manufacturing sectors. All employers (even if not in a targeted sector) should take precaution to ensure that workplaces are compliant and follow OHSA regulations.

Results will be reported shorty after completion to ensure improvements and lessen workplace injuries.