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COVID-19 – Information and Instructions

June 4, 2021 – We continue to encourage the use of remote videoconference hearings.  Unless justified by exceptional circumstances, conciliation sessions must also be held remotely (by video or telephone conference).

Parties should use our secure online services (in French only), especially for the filing of documents, forms and originating pleadings. The email address or fax number of the regional office responsible for their case can also be used.

Call a Tribunal office for further information. 

Surgical masks

In order to protect citizens and staff, the medical mask we provide must be worn at all times while on Tribunal premises. This applies regardless of colour zone or any physical barriers that may be in place (plexiglas).

We continue to enforce the current sanitary measures, such as keeping contact to a minimum, two-metre physical distancing, hand washing and disinfecting surfaces.

Thank you for your understanding.

If you have any questions on your case, the processing of your request or how to use our online services, please contact the office of the Tribunal in charge of your case.

Welcome to the Tribunal administratif du travail website. Please note that in order to comply with the Language policy of the Tribunal administratif du travail (PDF, 158 ko) Ce lien s'ouvrira dans une nouvelle fenêtre and the Politique gouvernementale relative à l'emploi et à la qualité de la langue française dans l'AdministrationCe lien s'ouvrira dans une nouvelle fenêtre, only selected information from our French website is available in English.
 

Created on January 1, 2016, the Tribunal administratif du travail (the TAT) results from the merger of the Commission des lésions professionnelles (the CLP) and the Commission des relations du travail (the CRT). The Tribunal rules on numerous labour proceedings, including occupational health and safety. With offices throughout Québec, the Tribunal's services are accessible to all citizens.

The Tribunal fosters the amicable settlement of disputes through its conciliation service. The parties also have the option of being heard by an administrative judge at a hearing.

The Tribunal sits in four divisions.

Labour relations division: This division rules on proceedings pertaining to employment protection, freedom of association, bargaining rights and pay equity.

Occupational health and safety division: This division hears proceedings filed by employers and workers who contest a decision rendered by Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST).

Essential services division: The mission of this division is to ensure that essential services are maintained in order to protect the population’s health and safety during legal strikes and illegal pressure tactics.

Construction industry and occupational qualification division: This division is responsible for hearing proceedings provided for in legislation concerning the construction industry.

 

For more information, consult the following documents:

Written or oral requests for access to information must be submitted to the person in charge of access to documents and the protection of personal information. However, in the case of an oral request, the decision of the person in charge cannot give rise to a review before the Commission d'accès à l'information.

Your request must be specific enough to allow the Tribunal to retrieve the information. We suggest you consult our organization chart and our classification scheme, which is a hierarchical and logical structure presenting the Tribunal’s administrative and jurisdictional functions. Our subject index may also be of use. These documents are available in French only.

Due diligence requests must be sent to verificationdiligente@tat.gouv.qc.ca.

For more information, refer to the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal informationCe lien s'ouvrira dans une nouvelle fenêtre.


Access to information requests may be submitted to:

Marie-Claude Laberge 
Person in charge of access to documents 
and the protection of personal information 
Tribunal administratif du travail
500, boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest, bureau 17.401
Montréal (Québec)  H2Z 1W7

Email: accesinformation@tat.gouv.qc.ca
Telephone: 514 864-1923
Toll free: 1 800 361-9593
Fax: 514 873-0211

For more information, contact the office of the Tribunal in charge of your file. Our staff will be pleased to answer your questions.