The first province to enact OHS Legislation
Without using your dear friend Google, do you know which province was the first to pass the Occupational Health Act?
If you guessed Saskatchewan, you’re correct! In 1972, Saskatchewan introduced Occupational Health Act which was actually the first of its kind in North America. It set the stage for future legislation that provide basic rights for workers to ensure their safety;
THE RIGHT TO KNOW
THE RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE
THE RIGHT TO REFUSE