Application for Direct Deposit for Ontario EBSMs
Self-Assessment QuestionnaireSelf-Assessment Questionnaire for Candidates Interested in an Occupational Health and Safety Inspector PositionThis form is to be completed by Ontario employers who are supporting an application to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program under one of the Employer Job Offer streams. This form must must be given to the applicant to include in their application.
Electronic Submissions Form
Appeal of Inspector’s OrderAs required by the Pay Equity Act, as amended, the employer described below hereby notifies the Pay Equity Office that it has at least one female job class for which a pay equity comparison cannot be made within an establishment by either the job-to-job or proportional value methods.This notice is posted in the employer's workplace as required by Section 7.1 of the Pay Equity Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.7, as amended.The Employee Reprisal Questionnaire is used to gather information in regards to a complaint filed with the Pay Equity Office.The Non-Union Employee Questionnaire is used to gather information in regards to a complaint filed with the Pay Equity OfficeThe Union/Employer Questionnaire is used to gather information in regards to a complaint filed with the Pay Equity Office.The Represented Employee Questionnaire is used to gather information in regards to a complaint filed with the Pay Equity Office.Training Program Assessment for Workers - This guidance tool can help employers assess whether their occupational health and safety awareness training program meets the minimum requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training Regulation (O. Reg. 297/13).This form is used by contractors who want to bring their qualified but uncertified workers to do work in Quebec. These workers normally have experience in certain aspects of a voluntary trade but do not hold a certificate for that trade.This is the training provider application form a training provider must complete and submit to the Chief Prevention Officer, pursuant the authority under subsection 7.1(2) and 7.2(2) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), for the purpose of the CPO approving the training provider to deliver an approved working at heights training program.The Request for Voluntary Withdrawal of Application or Training Program form allows Training Provider applicants seeking Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) approval, or currently approved Training Providers to voluntarily withdraw their program(s). By submitting this for the requestor will forfeit their ability to offer the CPO approved health and safety program(s) listed.