Prince Edward Island’s Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations contain legal requirements that must be met by all Prince Edward Island (PEI) workplaces. Many sections of the legislation have associated guidelines and publications to help workplaces meet these requirements.
This OHS Guide presents key topics to assist you – PEI’s employers and employees workers – in understanding your legislative obligations within your workplaces. This guide provides information on topics in a summarized format. This guide does not presently address all workplace health and safety legislation; therefore – users should always refer back to the legislation or regulation for specific requirements that relate to their applicable industry.
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These documents have been provided to help keep our workforce healthy and safe. We hope you find them useful. Please feel free to share them for educational purposes only – they may not be redistributed for profit. They may not be modified or reproduced without the permission of the Workers Compensation Board of PEI. Please contact the WCB Communications department for questions regarding copyright.
Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy, currency and completeness of the information, CCOHS does not guarantee, warrant, represent or undertake that the information provided is correct, accurate or current. CCOHS is not liable for any loss, claim, or demand arising directly or indirectly from any use or reliance upon the information. [2022-09-06]
Important Note: Always remember that the decision on whether or not your workplace is in compliance with legislative requirements is made solely at the discretion of an OHS Safety Officer.
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