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Name: Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997, O. Reg. 175/98: GENERAL
Country: Canada
Subject(s): Employment accident and occupational disease benefit
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1998-03-06
Entry into force:
Published on: Ontario Gazette, 1998-05-09, Vol. 131-19, pp. 711-722 (INFORM - P60122)
ISN: CAN-1998-R-49583
Bibliography: Ontario Gazette, 1998-05-09, Vol. 131-19, pp. 711-722 (INFORM - P60122)
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Abstract/Citation: Regulates the calculation of employers' premiums for insurance and determination of average earnings of apprentices and students. The schedules define industries required to contribute to the insurance fund, industries which are individually liable to pay benefits under the insurance plan, and occupational diseases under ss. 15 (3) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act 1997. Revokes Regulation 1102 of the Revised Regulations 1990, and Ontario Regulations 6/91, 758/91, 276/92, 746/92, 747/92, 899/93, 900/93, and 716/94.
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