Bill 30 & OHS Changes

This page contains information about legislative changes from Bill 30, how the CCSA can help with OHS program and legislation with HSPR, a link to CCOHS FREE webinar about Joint Worksite Health and Safety Commitees and Representatives and a list of resources to help you navigate Bill 30. 

CCSA Bill 30 On-Demand Webinar

As of June 1, 2018, Alberta’s OHS legislation underwent some significant changes as a result of the passing of Bill 30.  These changes are meant to better protect workers and ensure they have the same rights as other Canadians.  The CCSA has developed a webinar highlighting some of these changes to help our membership gain a better understanding of the new legislation and the requirements for compliance.  

The webinar has been recorded so is available on demand.  Click the button below for access to the webinar.

Eventbrite - CCSA Bill 30 On-Demand Webinar


WCB Alberta Bill 30 Seminars and Webinars

WCB is hosting Bill 30 WCB changes seminars in different Alberta cities over the next few months. 

WCB has also released Bill 30 overview webinars for those who cannot attend the 1/2 day session in person.


Bill 30 Changes

Bill 30, An Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans, brings significant changes to Alberta OHS. 

Purpose: Bill 30 is meant to improve workplace health and safety and provide fair compensation and meaningful support to injured workers and their families. The changes would also ensure Alberta workers have the same rights and protections as other Canadians.

When: New OHS legislation came into effect June 1, 2018

What: Click here to view some of the principal changes that may affect continuing care operators across the province.

CCSA Health and Safety Program Review (HSPR)

The CCSA is committed to helping organizations meet legislation and improve health and safety for all workers.  We are currently scheduling Health and Safety Program reviews for both members and non-members. 

The CCSA Health and Safety Program review is meant to help you identify areas for improvement in your organization’s overall health and safety program and discover any gaps that may exist that could hinder compliance with OHS legislation; both existing and new legislation brought about by Bill 30.


What are others saying?

Participating in the Health and Safety Program Review has been a great asset to our organization. The feedback we received was clearly laid out and user friendly, presenting evidence and colour coding each section for ease of use.

During the assessment days, staff were very professional and worked with us to obtain the information they needed.

Overall ,the [HSPR] experience has been very beneficial and positive for us at Sherwood Care. It will enable us to be well equipped for our upcoming PIR audit, as well as maintain a high standard of safety for our staff, volunteers, residents, and anyone else who may enter our building! - Clinical Nurse Educator, Sherwood Care

** Click here for HSPR in a nutshell (one-pager) 

To request a Health and Safety Program review, please complete the CCSA Health and Safety Program Review Request Form. Upon receipt of your completed form, you will be contacted by CCSA staff to discuss dates and costs for the tailored review.  


No overnight travel required: $200.00 flat rate

No overnight travel required: $350.00 flat rate

Overnight travel required: $350.00 flat rate Overnight travel required: $500.00 flat rate


Note: This review is meant to help you improve your workplace health and safety system and determine gaps and opportunities to better meet OHS legislation; it does not address the entirety of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulations and Code.

CCOHS Online JWHS Committee and Representatives FREE Online Training

New!! Employers will be required to have a committee or representative to address health and safety concerns in the workplace as of June 1, 2018. Alberta Labour in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety has developed a free introductory course for Alberta residents to help committee co-chairs and representatives learn about their roles and responsibilities.

This course will help employers meet their requirements to ensure committee members and representatives have adequate training. Participants will receive a two hour credit. A certificate will be issued upon successful completion. You can register here: https://www.ccohs.ca/distributors/alberta/

Bill 30 Resources