12 Best Editorial
In celebration of our silver anniversary, readers of ohs canada and visitors to www.ohscanada.com recently took a walk down memory lane to select their very favourite cover from the last 25 years. The October/November 1998 image – an unnerving perspective on heights that makes a clear case for fall protection – was the ultimate winner.
But fall protection, yesterday as today, is hardly the only oh&s issue of concern. So ohs canada is again inviting website visitors to take a walk down memory lane with a selection of articles from the past that continue to have resonance today.
You may be interested in the Westray mine disaster, Bill C-45, WHMIS, confined spaces, work-related violence, oh&s committees, asbestos, young workers, motivation, critical incident stress, bullying or SARS. It’s all there. So grab a coffee, relax and enjoy.
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10 Best Covers
To celebrate our silver anniversary, we asked both OHS Canada Magazine readers
and www.ohscanada.com visitors to take a walk down memory lane. We chose 25
covers and asked participants to vote for their very favourite. There were plenty
to consider: photographs and original art; high concept and simple depiction.
The variety of images was only surpassed by the health and safety issues covered:
repetitive work, protective equipment, Westray, fall protection, return to work,
occupational disease, oh&s professional ethics, emergency preparedness, young
worker safety, WHMIS, harassment and more.
In all, about 500 readers cast their votes. The ﬁnal results and what voters
had to say follows.