Elevate Toronto Showcases Innovative Ideation

Mark Jaine, CEO of software-as-a-service maker Intelex Technologies, has a whole lot to say about building a highly successful Canadian technology startup that competes globally.

Jaine and other leading Canadian innovators, founders and executives, will be sharing their unique experiences and the lessons they’ve learned while creating some of Canada’s best startup successes at Elevate Toronto – a three-day festival celebrating tech innovation, that begins on Sept. 12.

The Intelex CEO and others will participate in a panel discussion on Sept. 13, talking about the mindset required for entrepreneurial success. They’ll discuss, among other things, the experience of dealing with adversity while continuing to move organizations forward, leadership in a fast-changing world, as well as giving tips and advice for start-ups and fast-growing companies.

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OSHA’s New Rule a Recordkeeping Mountain for Employers to Climb

DOWNLOAD NOW ButtonAn already vast ocean of incident and illness electronic recordkeeping for American business has become a whole lot deeper and wider, as a result of OSHA’s “new rule” that came into effect this year.

In 2017, more organizations must gather more data and provide more reporting of accident and illness incidents to the U.S. Department of Labor agency.  The so-called “new rule” from OSHA will turn a molehill into a mountain as the number of those employers who will be expected to report this data is set to quadruple. Currently about 35,000 large employers submit data annually to OSHA and that number is expected to jump to 130,000. Approximately 150,000 smaller employers who currently submit summary data now includes 500,000 organizations.

Other significant requirements of the new rule include:

  • Directing employers to conduct refresher training on recordkeeping requirements.
  • The auditing of injury and illness recordkeeping forms.
  • Providing training on new
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