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After Metron: the corporate criminal liability landscape in Canada

Canada - July 13 2012 On December 24, 2009, at approximately 4:30 p.m., a swing stage collapsed on a construction project at 2757 Kipling Avenue, Toronto.

Shane Todd, Jeremy Warning

Historic guilty pleas to OHS and criminal charges relating to Christmas Eve fatalities

Canada - June 15 2012 The tragic death of four workers falling on a construction site on Christmas Eve 2009 in Toronto, Ontario garnered nationwide media attention and quickly became known as one of the highest profile workplace accidents in Ontario, if not Canadian history.

National standard for psychological health and safety in the Canadian workplace released

Canada - January 24 2012 A new and surprisingly complex Canadian Standards Association Standard may be arriving at and impacting your workplace soon.

Shane Todd

Criminal prosecutions for workplace accidents: the year in review

Canada - December 12 2011 The question of whether corporations and their senior executives ought to be criminally prosecuted after tragic workplace accidents continues to ignite controversy in Canada and elsewhere.

Charting OHS change in Ontario: from Dean Panel to Bill 160, and beyond

Canada - October 25 2011 In early December 2010 the report of the Expert Advisory Panel on Occupational Health and Safety (Dean Panel) set out forty-six detailed recommendations to change the OHS system in Ontario.

Samantha Seabrook, Jeremy Warning