It is an offence to not comply with any occupational health and safety laws.
It is an offence to:
Examples of offences include:
Maximum fines under occupational health and safety laws go up to $1.5 million for businesses and $500,000 for individuals.
People can be charged with an offence for up to two years after the day they committed the alleged offence. This time limit applies only to prosecutions.
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