Workplace health and safety regulations

You have an obligation to ensure the health and safety of all of your employees while they are working. This requires that you comply with certain regulations and standards for the safety of your workplace.

Canada

Alberta

  • Workplace health and safety (Alberta)
    Only Applies to : Alberta
    Know the minimum standards your business must meet for safe and healthy practices to help prevent work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities.
  • Workers' Compensation Board Alberta
    Only Applies to : Alberta
    Get information on protecting your business and your workers from injury and illness while on the job.

British Columbia

Manitoba

  • Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba
    Only Applies to : Manitoba
    Access information and help for implementing an injury and disability insurance system to protect your business and your workforce.
  • Safe Manitoba
    Only Applies to : Manitoba
    Spot the hazards, assess the risks, and find a safer way every day. Access a multi-partner website working towards a strong workplace safety and health culture in Manitoba.

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Northwest Territories

  • Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission
    Only Applies to : Northwest Territories Nunavut
    If you operate a business in the Northwest Territories or Nunavut that employs people, you must register with the commission.

Nova Scotia

Nunavut

  • Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission
    Only Applies to : Northwest Territories Nunavut
    If you operate a business in the Northwest Territories or Nunavut that employs people, you must register with the commission.

Ontario

Prince Edward Island

  • PEI Workers Compensation Board
    Only Applies to : Prince Edward Island
    Learn what you are required to do to keep your workplace safe and the steps you must take when a workplace injury occurs.

Quebec

Saskatchewan

  • Saskatchewan Workplace Hazardous Materials Information
    Only Applies to : Saskatchewan
    Reduce the risks from hazardous products in your workplace. Find out how to determine what is a controlled product and the rules and regulations that apply to them.
  • Safety in the workplace — Saskatchewan
    Only Applies to : Saskatchewan
    As an employer, you have the obligation to ensure the health and safety of your employees. Access resources that can help you make your workplace as safe as possible.
  • Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board
    Only Applies to : Saskatchewan
    Find out if you need to register for workers' compensation insurance to protect you and your employees from work-related injuries or death.
  • WorkSafe Saskatchewan
    Only Applies to : Saskatchewan
    Learn how to make your workplace as safe as possible and prevent on-site injuries due to collisions, fires, violence, hazards, and more.

Yukon

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