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The influx of temporary foreign workers made Quebec strengthen workplace safety

Considering the significant increase in foreign employees in Quebec over the last two years, workplace safety regulations are being strengthened to protect these individuals. This summer, the Commission des Normes, de l’Équité, de la Santé et de la Sécurité du Travail (CNESST), Quebec’s workplace safety commission, is taking a giant step forward in checking up on working conditions for temporary foreign workers. The province will be doubling its squad of prevention and workplace safety officers to ensure that all employees are treated fairly and safely while they work. The provincial government expanded its existing team of 10 workplace prevention officers to 12.

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