OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Environment/Climate Change

Voice
May 16, 2022  

A new earthquake warning system will prepare Canada for dangerous shaking

By Shona L.van Zijll de Jong, Adjunct Professor, Geological

News
April 29, 2022  

Feds enshrining right to healthy environment but no clarity on what that means

By Mia Rabson More than five years after being

Voice
February 22, 2022  

Occupational spring safety hazards: Do you know what they are?

When you think of spring time, what comes to

News
February 22, 2022  

Climate change focus of B.C. budget after floods, wildfires and heat waves

VICTORIA — The challenges of climate change facing British

News
February 18, 2022  

Ontario launches new program to get volunteers ready for emergencies

The Ontario government is calling on people 16 years

Feature
February 8, 2022  

The next major hazard

It’s high time to prepare for current and future environmental concerns at the workplace

News
January 12, 2022  

Heavy rain, potential floods as latest atmospheric river sweeps over B.C.

By Nick Wells VANCOUVER — The latest round of

News
December 30, 2021  

Western employers reminded to take precautions for workers toiling in cold

With cold temperatures and winter conditions continuing to be

News
December 15, 2021  

Candle factory worker says she risked discipline if she left job amid tornado

By Bruce Schreiner MAYFIELD, Ky. — An employee of

News
December 14, 2021  

B.C. government to lift 30-litre limit on gas for general public

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is lifting a

News
December 13, 2021  

Thousands without heat, water after tornadoes kill dozens in U.S.

By Bruce Schreiner and Dylan Lovan MAYFIELD, Ky. —

News
December 3, 2021  

Worst of B.C. weather over; massive cleanup, rebuild ahead, says government

By Dirk Meissner VICTORIA — The successive storms that

Feature
December 2, 2021  

Floods, heat in B.C. in line with climate change: meteorologist

By Amy Smart VANCOUVER — Flood warnings were issued

News
November 30, 2021  

British Columbia extends gas rationing, state of emergency after floods

VICTORIA — Fuel rationing in parts of British Columbia

News
November 26, 2021  

Intense weather systems head for B.C. as province reopens, repairs major road routes

VICTORIA — Rainstorms of increasing intensity are forecast to

Feature
November 25, 2021  

B.C. in ‘uncharted territory’ as province braces for more storms

Even routine rainfall may cause swollen rivers to rise to dangerous heights: Public safety minister

News
November 25, 2021  

MPs hold emergency debate on B.C. floods, climate change

From the editor: The next global safety hazard By

News
November 23, 2021  

B.C. government limits gasoline sales to 30 litres per visit

The British Columbia government is rationing gasoline on Vancouver

News
November 22, 2021  

Environment Canada warns of dangers posed by second B.C. storm

British Columbia residents are being told to brace for

News
November 22, 2021  

Maritimes targeted for blast of torrential rain and powerful winds

HALIFAX — Environment Canada says it’s going to be