For many years UTFA has advocated for policy changes in occupational health and safety that protects our members and address our members’ top priorities. The COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated the need to renew and strengthen UTFA’s capacity to address issues of central importance to our members, including health and safety.
COVID LOU Extension—New Town Hall; Health & Safety Update
February 28, 2022
Updates on Bargaining, the COVID LOU, and Health and Safety
January 28, 2022
Omicron Update/End of Year Best Wishes
December 23, 2021
COVID/Omicron Variant: Questions for the Administration
December 14, 2021
Course credit / CERF / COVID LOU survey
November 2, 2021
Petition Calling for a Safe University of Toronto Re-opening
September 24, 2021
Open Letter to President Gertler
August 12, 2021
Health and Safety Checklist for University Reopening
July 16, 2021
Update on Health and Safety
August 24, 2020
Since early 2017, UTFA has been calling on the University Administration to provide greater transparency regarding its Asbestos abatement activities in the Medical Sciences Building (MSB) on the St. George campus.
Report of the Vice-President, Grievances, 2016–2017
April 10, 2017
Health and Safety
The OHSA imposes duties and responsibilities for workplace safety on all workplace parties, including employers, supervisors, workers, owners, and others. The OHSA clearly provides that the greatest responsibility for workplace health and safety resides with employers ...