Tag | Coroner Inquests in New Brunswick
Excerpt from the OH&S Canada magazine
New Brunswick is moving forward with mandatory inquests for fatalities in a number of specific work environments.
On April 16, 2008, the provincial government announced amendments to the Coroners Act will be tabled to make inquests a must following fatalities at woodland operations, sawmills, processing plants (lumber, food and fish), construction sites and mining operations.
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