The progressive conservative government has not created regulations necessary to enforce a law passed when the liberal party was in power that would ensure companies that use temps are liable for their injuries at the workers’ compensation board, the Toronto Star reports.

In April 2018, the liberal government enacted legislation enabling it to make regulations requiring the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board to impose the costs of an injury sustained by a temporary help agency worker on the client for experience rating purposes. But the liberals were voted out of office in June 2018, before it created those regulations.