Ontario’s mining industry undertaking health and safety review

Grassroots oversight, public consultation could shape H&S capacity, legislation

Many people don’t realize the role the mining industry has played in influencing health and safety legislation. Much of the language in Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) regarding worker, supervisor and employer duties was largely shaped by the recommendations of the Ham Commission Report of 1976.

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