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Human Resources committee  The entire regulatory process? It depends on the complexity of each set of regulations. We have to do consultations, so we would expect that the regulations could be published in the Canada Gazette by the fall of 2019.

April 18th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  No. What we would be doing at this point is consulting with various different stakeholders with regard to the various different components that we would have to have built regulations on.

April 18th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  We've envisioned a three-part consultation. There would be round tables with different stakeholders across the country. We would then follow that by a sort of WebEx session for additional input from stakeholders. We would publish a consultation paper and get written feedback from

April 18th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  The fall of 2019 is our target.

April 18th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  It's exactly the same. You go to the Treasury Board committee for approval to publish in Canada Gazette , part I. Then there's a public comment period. Those comments are received by the program. We consider those comments, look at what adjustments would need to be made to the dr

April 18th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  Yes. After consultation, a regulatory passage is drafted, and it comes through the Treasury Board committee for approval. It then is available for public comment with regard to those regulations. Those comments are considered, and the regulations are revised based on those commen

April 18th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  I think the idea is that right now a complaint can be brought forward in any fashion, orally or in writing. When it comes to undertaking any investigation or exploration into that complaint, documentation is prepared, so just because a complaint was received orally wouldn't mean

April 16th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  My understanding is that when there is a refusal-to-work process, while the investigation is being undertaken, the employee is not put on leave. That work stops until the investigation is completed.

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  I've briefed the minister on issues of health and safety, but from a broader operational policy perspective.

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  I think we have to consider that there are other workplaces where the aggressor may be the employer. Through the regulatory system, we have to look at putting in place a process to ensure that in every workplace under this legislation, if the aggressor is the employer, there is s

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  There will be more knowledge and interest with regard to the legislation once we start doing some of the consultations on regulations. Before the end of the fiscal year, we intend to speak to stakeholders and others about their experiences so that we can understand the specifics

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  It all depends on the nature of the investigation and the issue that's being looked at. I can't give you a time frame for any type of investigation right now.

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  I have two points here. First, I would say that when we do our consultations with respect to the regulatory development, one thing we may be looking at is whether there have to be some parameters put around the time frames of an investigation. Second, there are two parts to the

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  That's not something that's included in the legislation, but as part of normal practices in the department, there are evaluations and audits done on programs. It's possible that in the future an evaluation or audit that would be done in the occupational health and safety program

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter

Human Resources committee  I don't have that number in front of me. I'd have to get back to you.

February 12th, 2018Committee meeting

Brenda Baxter