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All Ontario employers will be required to comply with a new workplace noise regulation, effective July 1, 2016. The regulation was passed under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and will replace noise-protection requirements currently in effect for industrial establishments, mines and mining plants, and oil and gas offshore facilities.
The new obligations also will apply to the following types of workplaces, which previously were not subjected to noise regulation:
The new regulation mandates that:
Joanne Deschenaux, J.D., is SHRM’s senior legal editor.
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