Hundreds Of Officers Are Cracking Down On Ontario Businesses In An Inspection Blitz

They're coming to Toronto, Ottawa, and Peel this week.
Ontario Inspection Blitz Will Crack Down On Businesses

On Thursday, the province announced another Ontario inspection blitz, which will encourage compliance in construction sites, big box stores, food processing plants, manufacturers and warehouses.

A release by the Ontario Government says that the blitz will involve dispatching 200 workplace enforcement officers to businesses, including over 1,300 construction sites province-wide on Friday.  

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Over 500 workplaces, such as big-box stores, will also be inspected in Toronto, Ottawa, and Peel — all of which have been identified as COVID-19 hotspots.

Inspectors will ensure that all businesses are following COVID-19 protocols, such as maintaining physical distancing, practicing proper mask and PPE usage, sticking to occupancy limits, and more. 

Any businesses found to be non-compliant with COVID-19 protocols could face fines of up to $1,000.

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