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OHSA (The Occupational Health and Safety Act) prosecutions. Ethical Issues for legal practitioners when representing the employers.

  • 20 Oct 2022
  • 20 Oct 2023
  • Accredited Video CPD - 1.5 CPD Hours




This program contains _15_ Professionalism minute(s).

This program is eligible for up to _1.25 _ Substantive Hour

Where (Format):  Accredited Video CPD  

Presented by: Canadian Career Education College / CPD House


  • The Hon. Justice Rick Libman

Program available date: 20 Oct 2022

Seminar summary

A prosecution is initiated when charges are laid against a work site party. Work site parties regulated by the OHS Act include employers, supervisors, workers, suppliers, service providers, owners, contracting employers, prime contractors, temporary staffing agencies. This course will cover examination in chief and cross-examination in OHSA trials; strategy and defence and crown theory at trials; rules of evidence at regulatory offences trials; closing submissions.

Professionalism: This course will cover how to steer skillfully through the constant ethical challenges that you face when representing different parties in this contest. To balance both elements and to run a successful practice, you need to be able to identify and resolve issues both quickly and effectively. 

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