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Legislative Newsflash Ontario - TSSA Advocacy - March 2020

Publication date:
March 12, 2020
Article Summary: 

This legislative newsflash from March 2020 discusses the Rebuilding Consumer Confidence Act, 2019, introduced by the Government of Ontario. The act aims to improve elevator compliance and safety in the province. Proposed regulatory changes include enabling the TSSA to impose penalties for non-compliance with elevator laws and requiring the reporting of elevator outage data to the TSSA, which will be made publicly available online. The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services plans to consult with the condominium community in May 2020 to gather feedback on these proposed changes. The CCI-T Legislative Committee intends to provide industry-specific feedback, addressing issues such as enforcement powers for elevator maintenance companies, standardized inspection requirements, and promoting fair competition in the elevator industry.


TSSA Advocacy, Rebuilding Consumer Confidence Act, Elevator Compliance, Ontario, Regulatory Changes, Elevator Safety, Consultation, Elevator Outage Data, TSSA Inspectors, Fair Competition, Employment Opportunities.

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Legislative Newsflash Ontario - TSSA Advocacy - March 2020
March 12, 2020
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