Ed T. Posted November 2, 2021 Report Share Posted November 2, 2021 This is not a matter for courts, this goes to the Ministry of Labour (which certainly has many sanctions available to it if it is displeased with how things are going). To have a cogent discussion, we would have to discuss whether it was indeed a refusal to work in unsafe conditions as per OHSA, what happened when the MOL and the various worker and management JHSC members met, and what was the outcome. Of course I know nothing about this, not being a TTC operator. But it's apparent that those who know aren't saying, and those who don't know are saying rubbish. Babbling about this immediately going to the courts is just asinine. Although I am pretty much done with this "discussion", I will point out that TTC operators who willingly go out are putting themselves at risk. We know that TTC employees get assaulted on the job. And some of those stay off work and rely on WSIB. I would not want to be in the shoes of someone in this situation. The WSIB will ask "did you go out with all the proper safety protocols in place?" Replying "Umm, no, 'lip' told me everything was fine" won't do much for their claim.... 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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