This Act requires that every employer shall ensure, as far as it is reasonably practicable for the employer to do so, the health and safety of workers engaged in the work of that employer and workers not engaged in work, but present on the work site.
This Act allows the Minister of Healthy and Inclusive Communities, in accordance with the regulations, to provide financial assistance to an amateur sport body or a recreation body to aid and encourage the establishment or development of amateur sport and recreation in the Province.
This Act establishes The Manitoba Round Table for Sustainable Development to promote sustainable development in Manitoba and provide advice and recommendations to government. One of the main goals of the round table was to develop The Sustainable Development Strategy, which set out strategic plans for achieving sustainability in specific economic, environmental, resource, human health and social policy sectors.
This Act establishes the health services and social services plan which aims to maintain and improve the physical, mental and social capacity of persons to act in their community and to carry out the roles they intend to assume in a manner which is acceptable to themselves and to the groups to which they belong. The protection of public health is noted as the main focus of the plan.
The purpose of this regulation is to prevent health hazards to workers by ensuring that an employer follows the designated procedures and takes prescribed precautions, including: following WHMIS to avoid hazardous emissions and wastes, develop and implement a prevention plan, and preserve records.