Amendments to regulations under the Private Security and Investigative Services Act

22 February 2021 4:14 PM | Anonymous

To Our Valued Members,

The Ministry of the Solicitor General is proposing amendments to regulations under the Private Security and Investigative Services Act, 2005 (PSISA), to extend the licence term for licenced agencies and registration term for registered employers.  Extending the terms, while retaining the current fees, will result in reduced costs and administrative burden for businesses.

To make this change, the Ministry proposes to amend O. Reg. 367/07 (Term of Licences), extending the Licence Term for Licensed Agencies from two to three years and amend O. Reg: 368/07 (Registration Requirements for Business Entities), to extend the Registration Term for Registered Employers from one to three years.

This proposed regulatory amendment was posted on February 16, 2021, on Ontario’s Regulatory Registry. Please provide your comments at:

English: https://www.ontariocanada.com/registry/view.do?language=en&postingId=36347

French: https://www.ontariocanada.com/registry/view.do?language=fr&postingId=36347

Due date for Comments is March 18, 2021.

Should the proposed amendment pass, we will post all of the details on the CPIO website.

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