The worker is guarded by several employment legislation and Acts that aim to prevent injuries and provide benefits to individuals who were injured.
For example, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act S.O. 1997, c. 16, Sch. A., (also called workers Compensation') in case of workplace injuries (WSIB) modulates the no-fault plan which provides benefits for the people hurt in the workplace, if there isn't any side to cover the reimbursement.
The Occupational Health and Safety Act covers the standards of workplace security, investigations, and punishment of their security breach.
Along with the Criminal Code has legislation that could be used to sue the person who's responsible for the accident or injury. So as you find a worker in Canada is very well shielded.
Safety of workplaces itself is regulated by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990.
It ensures that all essential equipment and protective devices are provided and properly maintained; that essential emergency and safety procedures are in place and followed; that materials and equipment are properly utilized; and that employees receive adequate information, instruction, training (additional training), and supervision to perform their jobs safely.
On the opposite side, also, it obliges the workers not to perform any equipment in a dangerous fashion, not to run the devices without directed safety wear such as.
The act also declares that ant workers can refuse to work with hazardous substances or perform dangerous work. The simple fact of refusal must be promptly reported and the reason for danger has to be inspected.