OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Compliance & Enforcement

News
December 10, 2012  

WorkSafeBC to refer Babine, Lakeland lumber mill explosions to Crown

RICHMOND, B.C. (Canadian OH&S News)

News
September 4, 2012  

Blueberry farm neglected to report worker injury

RICHMOND, B.C. (Canadian OH&S News)

Feature
July 16, 2012  

Not Seeing Eye-to-Eye

Organizations and workers who plead guilty and throw themselves at the mercy of the courts are likely to emerge in a better financial shape than accepting a fine from Ontario’s comparatively heavy-handed workplace safety regulator, so…

News
July 16, 2012  

Landmark fines in 2009 Christmas Eve fatalities

TORONTO (Canadian OH&S News)

News
June 12, 2012  

Oh&s charges laid against mine operator, supervisor

SUDBURY, Ont (Canadian OH&S News)

News
June 5, 2012  

Sask mine operator receives province’s maximum penalty

VANSCOY, Sask (Canadian OH&S News)

News
May 29, 2012  

Report probes disconnect between court, MoL fines

TORONTO (Canadian OH&S News)

News
May 15, 2012  

Westray anniversary spurs call for greater enforcement

NATIONAL (Canadian OH&S News)

News
April 17, 2012  

Entanglement injury spurs $60,000 penalty

REGINA (Canadian OH&S News)

News
March 13, 2012  

Former BC premier implicated in accident

HALFMOON BAY, BC (Canadian OH&S News)

News
January 24, 2012  

NB workplace safety board considers demerit system

SAINT JOHN (Canadian OH&S News)

News
January 10, 2012  

Sask proposes increasing penalty amounts to $1.5M

REGINA (Canadian OH&S News)

Feature
July 1, 1999  

Who Pays for PPE?

If the law says the employer must “provide” protective