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WorkplaceSafetyServicesRMG 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.


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Current News Release:

“Ontario Launching More Than 20 Workplace Blitzes to Enhance Workplace Safety

Ministry of Labour

Ontario will help protect workers on the job by launching more than 20 targeted blitzes at workplaces across the province over the next year.

From May 2, 2016 to March 31, 2017, Ministry of Labour inspectors will visit workplaces such as food services, retail stores, construction sites and mines to investigate potential violations of Ontario’s employment standards and occupational health and safety laws. In particular, sectors with vulnerable workers and a history of violations will be targeted.

To help ensure workers are also receiving what they are owed, employment standards officers will check for violations that could affect the pay, overtime and work hours of:
temporary foreign workers, young workers and employees of repeat violators.

These initiatives are part of the government’s commitment to protecting workers and ensuring they are safe and treated fairly at Ontario workplaces.

Quick Facts

Violations could include falls hazards, electrical hazards, and chemical handling. Blitzes are part of Ontario’s enforcement strategy to increase compliance with the Employment Standards Act, 2000, Occupational Health and Safety Act and their regulations.

Since 2005, more than $144 million in wages and other money owed to employees has been recovered through inspections, claims and collections.

Since 2008, Ministry of Labour occupational health and safety inspectors have conducted more than 620,000 field visits, and 79 provincial inspection blitzes. Inspectors have issued more than one million compliance orders for safety issues across all sectors in Ontario since June 2008.”


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