|Local Presidents: Barrie, Toronto Centre, Toronto East, Toronto North, Toronto West, Laval, Montéregie, Montréal, Outaouais, Rouyn-Noranda, Sherbrooke, ITSO, Ottawa HQ, Ottawa TC, Ottawa TSO, Policy and Planning, Robin Johnson, Sabri Khayat, Chris Aylward|
RE: UTE Regional Health and Safety Conference – Toronto
The Conference for the Greater Toronto, the Montreal and the National Capital regions is being held in Toronto.
|DATE:||February 5-7, 2010|
Friday: Registration 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (Location to follow)
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
NOTE: Participants must remain at the conference until noon.
|LOCATION:||Novotel Toronto Centre
45 The Esplanade
On line only at the following link
Deadline date is January 8, 2010
THEME AND OBJECTIVES: “A Balanced Approach to Health and Safety”
To provide the participants with the tools to be effective workplace committee members
- By providing practical situation scenarios and finding solutions
- By providing information on current health and safety issues
- By providing a more global approach to Health and Safety
Copy of the agenda will follow.
Participants have to be members of a local workplace health and safety committee or a Health and Safety representative as per Section 136.(1) of the Canada Labour Code - Part II. In respect to the conference agenda and objectives, we are encouraging locals to send members who have not attended previous conferences.
Participants are required to bring a copy of the Canada Labour Code - Part II.
UTE will fund one participant from each workplace health and safety committee.
Your local entitlement is as follows:
Toronto Centre 2
Toronto East 1
Toronto North 2
Toronto West 1
Ottawa HQ 18
Ottawa TC 2
Ottawa TSO 1
Policy and Planning 1
The funding will include:
Per diem: 3 days (cheques sent directly to the participants)
Hotel: Paid directly by UTE
Family Care Expenses: Is available (see UTE Regulation 17 for details)
Loss of wages: If applicable (see UTE Regulation 13.4)
Travel: Cheques will be sent directly to the local.
Locals may send additional participants at their own expense. These participants should have a basic knowledge of health and safety.
All UTE events are scent free.
UTE Health and Safety Committee
c.c. Executive Council
Alt. Regional Vice-Presidents