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Marlène Boulianne


Barreau du Québec 2011

Marlène Boulianne

Marlène Boulianne, LL.B., CIRC


Barreau du Québec 2011

Phone number

(450) 973-4020 #246

Email address

[email protected]


Christine Lévesque
(450) 973-4020 #239
[email protected]

Ms. Boulianne has been an occupational health and safety lawyer at Le Corre since 2019. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field with a clientele of employers in all sectors of activity. Passionate and pragmatic, she practices in prevention as well as in compensation and financing of occupational health and safety plans. She accompanies our clients from the filing of a claim to representation before the Administrative Labour Tribunal, including all stages of the medical and administrative management of an injury.

Academic training
  • Université du Québec à Montréal - LL.B. 2010
Professional Affiliations
  • Member of the Barreau du Québec
  • Member of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés
Access to medical information: everything an employer is entitled to know

In the context of managing your employees, you will need to obtain and interpret a great deal of medical information. Whether at the time of hiring, or in the case of absence due to a personal or professional health issue, or of an employee going back to work or simply for purposes of assessing an employee’s ability to work, you will need comprehensive and precise information in order to make informed decisions.

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Documenting a Court hearing before the TAT, division SST

Any ruling by the Tribunal administratif du travail (TAT), division santé et sécurité du travail (previously the CLP) can have significant consequences for your company. Since the TAT, division SST, makes the final decision regarding challenges by the parties, you will not get a second chance to submit convincing evidence. Preparation is the key to success. For your benefit or that of your representative, identify and collect all necessary documents in preparation for the hearing.

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How to draft an expert's mandate?

One of the tools available to a manager in charge of disability cases is the medical assessment. Considering the determining impact that a medical assessment will have on how the case unfolds, it is important to use the physician’s expertise as thoroughly as possible. He is the expert after all!

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How to draft an objection to a SST claim?

Those responsible for managing SST claims are often under the impression that workers’ compensation by the CNESST has practically become automatic, and that they don’t have a voice in the matter. However, though this may be somewhat time consuming, a timely submission of the employer’s viewpoint in a written objection to the CNESST can be a success factor. How can you criticize the CNESST for having accepted a claim when relevant facts that should have led to its dismissal were not brought to its attention? You can be sure that the worker will not do this on your behalf...

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Managing employment injuries: the basics of cost control - Day 1 - Initiation

Sound management of employment injuries means taking effective, timely actions. In the context of this workshop, new managers will gain the basic knowledge they need to assess the eligibility of employment injury claims and to challenge them. They will know how to set up a temporary assignment, and when and how to activate the medical assessment process. They will learn to make effective use of the challenge mechanisms provided by law.

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Neglecting occupational health and safety: who goes to jail?

The Criminal Code foresees that all managers - from CEOs to foremen - may be held criminally liable for health and safety infractions. As the first criminal lawsuits are being launched against companies and the CNESST is watching employers more closely than ever - what do you need to know, and what should you do?

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SST: get a handle on cost allocation and reduce your contributions

SST contributions are a critical budget issue for most employers. Too many employment injuries are the result of third party involvement or of a personal condition which predisposes a worker to injury under circumstances which are not normally hazardous. There are cost transferring and cost sharing mechanisms which can alleviate the impact of such situations.

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Strategic management of employment injuries: what if you could do even better? Day 2 - Development

Despite appropriate actions taken in managing employment injury claims, some cases can get past even the most seasoned managers. Due to their medical complexity, or the recurring issues they involve and that impede the effectiveness of your actions, such cases often require a great deal of energy, with little results. Learn to control costs and to optimize management in such complex cases. This workshop will review applicable solutions in cases involving fraudulent claims, as well as obstacles to setting up a temporary assignment and to the medical assessment. In addition, we will address the importance of a consistent challenge strategy in order to minimize the duration of compensation.

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Successful conciliation before the TAT, division SST

The Act to establish the Administrative Labour Tribunal provides the parties with a choice option in the context of a hearing: conciliation. Thanks to this flexible process, the employer can enter into an agreement that is intended to be beneficial. Reduce the risks, costs and financial impacts of employment injuries, as well as preparation time for a hearing before the TAT, division SST by learning to negotiate your own conciliations and settle your disputes yourself.

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To the exclusive service of employers, Le Corre offers training workshops and publications on subjects solely pertaining to labour law. Both these tools help managers and human resources professionals to deal more effectively with the daily legal framework of their businesses.


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