S-2.1 - Act respecting occupational health and safety

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62. Every employer must inform the Commission of an incident, by the most rapid means of communication, and, within 24 hours, make a written report to it, in the form and with the information prescribed by regulation, if the incident has caused
(1)  the death of a worker;
(2)  the loss of a limb or of part of a limb, the total or partial loss of the use of a limb or a significant physical trauma to a worker;
(3)  such serious injuries to several workers as probably to prevent them from performing their work for one working day; or
(4)  material damage valued at $150,000 or more.
The employer shall also inform the health and safety committee and the safety representative.
The scene of the incident must remain unchanged until it has been investigated by the inspector, except to prevent an aggravation of its consequences, or unless the inspector authorizes a change.
Copy of the employer’s report must be transmitted without delay to the health and safety committee, the safety representative and the certified association.
1979, c. 63, s. 62; 1985, c. 6, s. 531; 2009, c. 19, s. 18.
62. Every employer must inform the Commission of an incident, by the most rapid means of communication, and, within 24 hours, make a written report to it, in the form and with the information prescribed by regulation, if it has caused
(1)  the death of a worker;
(2)  such serious injury to a worker as probably to prevent him from performing his work for ten consecutive working days;
(3)  such serious injuries to several workers as probably to prevent them from performing their work for one working day; or
(4)  material damage valued at $50,000 or more.
The employer shall also inform the health and safety committee and the safety representative.
The scene of the incident must remain unchanged until it has been investigated by the inspector, except to prevent an aggravation of its consequences, or unless the inspector authorizes a change.
Copy of the employer’s report must be transmitted without delay to the health and safety committee, the safety representative and the certified association.
1979, c. 63, s. 62; 1985, c. 6, s. 531.
62. Every employer must inform the regional chief inspector of an incident, by the most rapid means of communication, and, within 24 hours, make a written report to him, in the form and with the information prescribed by regulation, if it has caused
(1)  the death of a worker;
(2)  such serious injury to a worker as probably to prevent him from performing his work for ten consecutive working days;
(3)  such serious injuries to several workers as probably to prevent them from performing their work for one working day; or
(4)  material damage valued at $50 000 or more.
The employer shall also inform the health and safety committee and the safety representative.
The scene of the incident must remain unchanged until it has been investigated by the inspector, except to prevent an aggravation of its consequences, or unless the inspector authorizes a change.
Copy of the employer’s report must be transmitted without delay to the health and safety committee, the safety representative and the certified association.
1979, c. 63, s. 62.