S-2.1 - Act respecting occupational health and safety

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167. In addition to its other functions under this Act, the regulations or any other Act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance program for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the Acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make an annual grant to the Institut de recherche en santé et en sécurité du travail du Québec;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyze, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports or the Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology where appropriate, training and information programs in the fields of the Acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports or to the Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology for the integration of training and information programs on occupational health and safety into teaching programs;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Health and Social Services in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programs and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167; 1985, c. 21, s. 82; 1985, c. 6, s. 540; 1985, c. 23, s. 24; 1988, c. 41, s. 88; 1993, c. 51, s. 50; 1994, c. 16, s. 50; 2005, c. 28, s. 195; 2013, c. 28, s. 203.
167. In addition to its other functions under this Act, the regulations or any other Act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance program for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the Acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make an annual grant to the Institut de recherche en santé et en sécurité du travail du Québec;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyze, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports where appropriate, training and information programs in the fields of the Acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports for the integration of training and information programs on occupational health and safety into teaching programs;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Health and Social Services in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programs and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167; 1985, c. 21, s. 82; 1985, c. 6, s. 540; 1985, c. 23, s. 24; 1988, c. 41, s. 88; 1993, c. 51, s. 50; 1994, c. 16, s. 50; 2005, c. 28, s. 195.
167. In addition to its other functions under this Act, the regulations or any other Act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance programme for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the Acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make an annual grant to the Institut de recherche en santé et en sécurité du travail du Québec;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyse, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education where appropriate, training and information programmes in the fields of the Acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education for the integration of training and information programmes on occupational health and safety into teaching programmes;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Health and Social Services in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programmes and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167; 1985, c. 21, s. 82; 1985, c. 6, s. 540; 1985, c. 23, s. 24; 1988, c. 41, s. 88; 1993, c. 51, s. 50; 1994, c. 16, s. 50.
167. In addition to its other functions under this Act, the regulations or any other Act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance programme for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the Acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make an annual grant to the Institut de recherche en santé et en sécurité du travail du Québec;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the Acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyse, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education and Science where appropriate, training and information programmes in the fields of the Acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education and Science for the integration of training and information programmes on occupational health and safety into teaching programmes;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Health and Social Services in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programmes and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167; 1985, c. 21, s. 82; 1985, c. 6, s. 540; 1985, c. 23, s. 24; 1988, c. 41, s. 88; 1993, c. 51, s. 50.
167. In addition to its other functions under this act, the regulations or any other act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance programme for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make an annual grant to the Institut de recherche en santé et en sécurité du travail du Québec;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyse, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education, or the Minister of Higher Education and Science where appropriate, training and information programmes in the fields of the Acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education or the Minister of Higher Education and Science for the integration of training and information programmes on occupational health and safety into teaching programmes;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Health and Social Services in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programmes and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167; 1985, c. 21, s. 82; 1985, c. 6, s. 540; 1985, c. 23, s. 24; 1988, c. 41, s. 88.
167. In addition to its other functions under this act, the regulations or any other act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance programme for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make grants to agencies empowered by law to grant subsidies for research, on the conditions determined by regulation;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyse, in cooperation with the Minister of Social Affairs where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Social Affairs, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education or the Minister of Higher Education Science and Technology, where appropriate, training and information programmes in the fields of the Acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education or the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology for the integration of training and information programmes on occupational health and safety into teaching programmes;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Social Affairs in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programmes and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167; 1985, c. 21, s. 82.
167. In addition to its other functions under this act, the regulations or any other act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance programme for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make an annual grant to the Institut de recherche en santé et en sécurité du travail du Québec;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyse, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Health and Social Services, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education, or the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology where appropriate, training and information programmes in the fields of the Acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education or the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology for the integration of training and information programmes on occupational health and safety into teaching programmes;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Health and Social Services in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programmes and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167; 1985, c. 21, s. 82; 1985, c. 6, s. 540; 1985, c. 23, s. 24.
167. In addition to its other functions under this act, the regulations or any other act or regulation, the Commission has the following functions in particular:
(1)  to establish priorities for intervention in the matter of worker health and safety;
(2)  to grant technical assistance to health and safety committees and technical and financial assistance to joint sector-based associations;
(3)  to prepare and implement an assistance programme for the implementation and operation of mechanisms by which employers and workers may participate in matters of occupational health and safety;
(4)  to identify research priorities and needs in matters of occupational health and safety;
(5)  to conduct or cause others to conduct studies and research in the fields contemplated by the acts and regulations administered by it, in particular to eliminate, at the source, dangers to the health, safety and physical well-being of workers;
(6)  to make grants to agencies empowered by law to grant subsidies for research, on the conditions determined by regulation;
(7)  to collect information in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(8)  to maintain an information and management system comprising statistical data in the fields contemplated in the acts and regulations administered by it;
(9)  to analyse, in cooperation with the Minister of Social Affairs where applicable, data collected by the various bodies and persons working in the field of occupational health and safety, and compile statistics therefrom;
(10)  to maintain and update a toxicological index;
(11)  to assess interventions in the field of occupational health and safety;
(12)  to plan and conduct information campaigns on the protection of the health, safety and physical well-being of workers, in cooperation with the Minister of Social Affairs, where appropriate;
(13)  to devise, in cooperation with the Minister of Education, where appropriate, training and information programmes in the fields of the acts and regulations administered by it, see to their carrying out and participate, if necessary, in their financing;
(14)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Education for the integration of training and information programmes on occupational health and safety into teaching programmes;
(15)  to grant financial assistance to an association devoted to the training or information of its members in matters of occupational health and safety or whose function is to promote occupational health and safety;
(16)  to submit recommendations to the Minister of Social Affairs in view of his coordinating the implementation of health programmes and seeing that the personnel employed is properly qualified and that the equipment and premises used for purposes of occupational health and safety are of the proper quality;
(17)  to cooperate with bodies pursuing objects similar to its own outside Québec.
1979, c. 63, s. 167.