Thu, April 2, 2009 | End Date:
Fri, April 3, 2009
1st Annual OACP Labour Conference
April 2-3, 2009
Holiday Inn Select Toronto Airport
970 Dixon Road
Toronto, ON M9W 1J9
Primarily, human resources personnel (recruiters/ assessors, managers, directors)
Senior command of police services (chiefs/ deputy chiefs/ inspectors)
Maximum 130 delegates - please register early to reserve your spot!
Accommodations are available at the Holiday Inn Select Toronto Airport at a rate of $125.00 (plus taxes) per night. Please call 1-800-524-8436 and tell them you are attending the OACP Labour Conference.
WSIB Challenges - Key Issues and Cases
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Cumulative and Acute
Labour Market Reentry
What are the immediate, short-term and long-term costs associated for a Schedule II employer?
On what grounds can a police service appeal a decision of the WSIB or the WSIAT?
Why would a service want to appeal a decision?
Are there pros and cons to filing an appeal?
Are there any strategies to appealing decisions?
Getting Information from WSIB
How can information be obtained with respect to employees?
Case Law and Key Issues
A discussion of recent cases of note involving PTSD and other matters of concern to policing
Approaches to Managing Employee Health Issues
What can be obtained and what type of a letter should be provided to employees for their physicians?
Absence and Attendance Management
What are the key compnents of effective policies?
Police Officers being investigated for a breach of the code of conduct
How far can professional standards investigators go in investigating an officer that is off on a disability or a WSIB matter?
Proactive Employee Health Programs
Examples used in police services and other areas
Steps to take in order to prevent PTSD
Evidentiary issues to prevent a claim of PTSD
Section 47 - A Round Table Discussion
What are the problems with Section 47?
Selecting the proper case
Independent Police Review Directorate
The new Director to speak about the implementation