Alberta’s Concrete industry voice concerns on Bill 30 impact

Concrete Alberta will join the voices of industry from all sectors to urge the government to put Bill 30 on hold and take time to engage in discussions with stakeholders on costs to employers and the specific measure needed to make improvements.  

The Government of Alberta introduced Bill 30, An Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans, which will bring changes to Workers’ Compensation Board and Occupational Health and Safety standards. It is expected to be passed following a current debate in the Legislative Assembly.

Darcy Hiebert, president of Concrete Alberta, said: “Enhancing healthy and safe working conditions is a priority for our members, it needs to be done while recognizing the role of job creators and not rushed through ignoring the potential consequences of these actions on employers.”

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