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Safety at work is good for business

Progressive business owners know that good health and safety practices will result in big benefits to their business.

A health and safety program is an action plan designed to prevent accidents, and is the joint responsibility of management and workers. Management is legally accountable for non-compliance to health and safety legislation.

All health and safety activities are based on specific individual responsibilities, as set out in provincial and federal legislation which requires a minimum standard met by Ontario companies.

Because organizations differ, a program developed for one organization will not necessarily meet the needs of another. Found within the sections listed below is a wealth of information that includes legislation, training, resource material and the latest news on the subject of safety, as it pertains to your business and members of Landscape Ontario. Work accidents and ill health can be expensive. Your association wants to help you avoid the potential of lost profits, while maintaining a safe and positive workplace.

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