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Introducing the New Administrative Monetary Penalty System and Its Connection to Part IV of the Canada Labour Code


Part IV of the Canada Labour Code (the Code) came into force on January 1, 2021, to provide for the issuance of Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMPs) and publishing names of violators in federally-regulated workplaces, to promote compliance with Part II (Occupational Health and Safety) and Part III (Labour Standards) of the Code. AMPs apply to the federal public service in respect of any violations to occupational health and safety.

This event will provide an overview of the administrative monetary penalty system and public naming under Part IV of the Code, and our panellists will discuss the scope and limits of Part IV of the Code and the new Administrative Monetary Penalty (Canada Labour Code) Regulations in the federal public service.

The panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session.


  • Danijela Hong, Director, Labour Standards and Wage Earner Protection Program, Labour Program - Employment and Social Development Canada
  • Ceayon Johnston, Program Advisor, Occupational Health and Safety Compliance and Operations Unit, Labour Program - Employment and Social Development Canada
  • Gilles Hubert, Senior Program/Policy Analyst, Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat


Sylvie Ouellette, Manager, Occupational Health and Safety and Informal Conflict Management System, Human Resources Division, Public Prosecution Service of Canada

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