Interactive Job Comparison ToolThis tool is to help small business employers create a job comparison system adapted to their workplace, which they can then use to evaluate and compare jobs using Job-to-Job and Proportional Value. This form is a complement to the e-learning modules using Macromedia Breeze.
Crane Operator's Medical CertificateAmendments to Regulation 854 for Mines and Mining Plants made under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, which came into effect on January 1, 2012, included changes to the medical certificate prescribed under section 195 of the regulation. Under these provisions, operators of cranes are required to undergo a yearly medical examination by a physician. The certificate, which is completed by the physician, provides a convenient way for stakeholders to comply with these requirements. The certificate will take less than five minutes to complete.If you're the Constructor on a construction project, you must notify the Ministry of Labour at least 48 hours before a suspended work platform system is used for the first time. A copy of the completed notice must be kept clearly visible at the worksite for inspection.
Asbestos Work ReportThis form is used by employers of workers in Type 2 or Type 3 asbestos operations. The form must be completed for each such worker at least once in each 12-month period and immediately on the termination of the employment of the worker. The form is submitted to the Provincial Physician at the Ministry of Labour. A copy of the completed form is given to the worker, and a copy is retained by the employer.
Notice of Diesel-Powered EquipmentThis form is completed by employers, as required by section 182 (1) of the Regulation for Mines and Mining Plants, before diesel equipment is first used in an underground mine The completed form must be kept readily available at the mine site.This form is used by employers to notify the Ministry of Labour before beginning construction work on a tunnel, shaft, caisson or cofferdam.
Notice of a Reportable IncidentThis form is used by mining companies to notify the Ministry of Labour of reportable incidents as identified in section 53 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and section 21(5) of the Regulation for Mines and Mining Plants. It includes notification of groundfall or rockburst and vehicle incident or fire.This form is used by the operator of a surface magazine or a mine using explosives to notify the Ministry of Labour and the joint health and safety committee or health and safety representative, if any, before first use of a surface magazine or explosives and annually after first use.This form is used by employers in the mining sector to notify a Ministry of Labour inspector before a test drill is operated at the surface to prove mineral bearing substances, rock, earth, clay, sand or gravel.
Notice of Mining ActivitiesThis form is used by employers to notify a Ministry of Labour inspector of: the installation of portable crushing, screening or associated washing equipment or to notify of exploring, dewatering or resuming work at a mine where mining operations have been suspended for more than three months.
Notice of Asbestos Removal WorkThis form is used by constructors or employers to notify the Ministry of Labour before beginning a Type 3 asbestos removal operation and certain Type 2 asbestos removal operations in Ontario.
Notice of Window Cleaning WorkThis form is used by employers, contractors or sub-contractors to notify the Ministry of Labour prior to carrying out window cleaning work at a building in Ontario if a suspended scaffold, boatswain's chair or similar single-point equipment is to be used.
Notice of Trench WorkThis form is used by constructors to notify the Ministry of Labour, before work is begun at a construction project, if the project includes work on a trench more than 1.2 metres deep into which a worker may enter.