Toronto, ON, Canada, May 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Act First Safety offers service package to assist employers with Bill 168 compliance. Amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Act require employers to address violence and harassment as an occupational hazard in their health and safety program. Act First Safety simplifies the process of meeting the requirements under law by providing services to employers for compliance by the June 15 deadline.
With the deadline quickly approaching, Act First Safety offers the following services for the development of a workplace violence and harassment program:
The elements included in the workplace violence and harassment prevention package simplifies the process for the employer so the focus remains on the business. In addition, employers benefit from an improved safety culture enhancing worker productivity, reduced absenteeism, lower worker turnover and more.
Employers who have already completed risk assessments and policies often outsource the worker training and policy communication to improve outcomes overall, to save time or due to lack of expertise. As a leader in providing world-class violence prevention training, Act First Safety facilitates violence prevention training in a safe and respectful atmosphere allowing workers to communicate openly without fear of reprisal.
Please call them at 416-283-7233 to learn more about what you need to do to comply with Bill 168 by June 15, 2010 or for more information on how Act First Safety can assist you with your requirements in meeting this new law.