Privacy while visiting our website
We recognize and seek to protect the privacy rights of those persons using this website. With the following exceptions, we do not collect personal information via our website.

Through our website you may provide us with your name and contact information for the purposes of providing us with feedback or obtaining brochures and other information. You may also provide us with this information when registering for a workshop or other special event.

Unless you inform us otherwise, you consent to our collection of this personal information, and our use and disclosure of this information for those purposes or for compatible purposes.

We do not provide mailing lists to external parties, and we only publish personal information with the consent of the parties involved.

As we cannot guarantee the security of e-mail, we do not recommend sending sensitive personal information to us electronically at this time. For all such matters, please contact us by telephone or street mail at the below address.

We use cookies during your visit to our website, but we do not use cookies to retrieve information other than the information that was originally sent in a cookie. Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can set your browser to reject cookies or to alert you when they are being sent.

Our Web servers also automatically collect and log some information about your computer and with respect to your visits to our website. This information is gathered in aggregate and used for statistical purposes only. This information is not linked to other data in a way that would enable us to identify individual visitors unless in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.


2013-2017 Workplace Safety Strategy

Consultations with stakeholders across the province form the backbone of the development of a new workplace safety strategy in Nova Scotia.  


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Working together to develop a 2013-2017
Workplace Safety Strategy for Nova Scotia