Podcast Episode 1: COVID-19 workplace safety plans

Across Canada we are seeing some COVID-19 restrictions being lifted and business begin to reopen. Whether businesses are currently operating or planning for their workers to return to work, governments and public health authorities across Canada require businesses to develop a plan to work safely.

In this episode of the Employment and Labour law podcast, Alison Walsh and Cristina Wendel discuss what business’ workplace safety plans should contain and the implementation and maintenance of those plans.

If you would like to discuss this podcast, please contact Alison Walsh or Cristina Wendel

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Alison Walsh

About Alison Walsh

Alison Walsh is a partner in Denton Canada LLP’s Edmonton Labour and Employment Group. Alison provides labour and employment advice to employers in both non-unionized and unionized settings on a variety of issues. Alison has appeared in the Provincial Court of Alberta and Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta and has also represented employers in various other forums including Alberta Employment Standards hearings and the Alberta Labour Relations Board.

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Cristina Wendel

About Cristina Wendel

Cristina Wendel practices employment and labour law from Dentons’ Edmonton office. Cristina advises and represents employers in all aspects of occupational health and safety matters, including day-to-day compliance, incident response, investigations and defending employers charged with occupational health and safety offences. She also represents federally and provincially regulated, unionized and non-unionized employers in a variety of employment and labour law matters such as wrongful dismissal claims, employment standards disputes, human rights issues, labour arbitrations and labour relations board proceedings.

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