Regulatory Orders and Charges

When a government health and safety inspector visits your workplace, it’s often without notice. Here’s how we can help if an inspector cites your company for violation of the occupational health and safety act or related regulations.

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Get Help With Regulatory Orders & Charges

If your workplace is found to be in violation of the act or regulations, an inspector may issue an order for compliance or charge your company with a fine.

Spark Safety’s team of experienced consultants is here to help you act quickly and correctly in response to regulatory orders and charges.

Complying with a Health & Safety Order

Any time your workplace faces a health and safety compliance order, it is important to act fast. 

Depending on the nature of the order, it could cause significant production time loss and financial burden on your company. 

In the case of immediate risk to the health and safety of your workers, the inspector could issue a “stop work” order which legally requires your company to stop all work until the hazard is addressed.

In response to an order, your company is required to control the hazard and file a notice of completion form with the government to prove that you have done so and are in compliance with the order. 

Spark Safety’s experienced consultants can act quickly to help you effectively control the hazard and file your notice of completion, so you can get back to operations as usual.

Inspection at Modern Plant