OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Environment/Climate Change

News
January 16, 2020  

Extreme cold snap blanketing much of northern Canada

Icy temperatures not expected to relent for days

News
January 15, 2020  

Canadians expect to use tailored tactics to battle Australia blazes

Sixth wave of reinforcements flying out this week

News
January 14, 2020  

Young Canadians say current events, string of bad news adding to anxiety

Australia wildfires, Iran plane crash exacerbating issues with mental health

News
January 7, 2020  

Report urges TTC to take action on subway air quality following worker complaint

System remains safe to ride: chief medical officer

Voice
January 6, 2020  

How 5G advanced wireless technology affects lone-worker safety

Improvements to broadband will aid mobile connections

Feature
December 19, 2019  

Climate change brings the heat

Rising temperature puts safety of outdoor workers in spotlight

Voice
December 17, 2019  

Today’s open offices are detrimental to employees’ health

It’s simple: people work better when their environment is comfortable

News
December 10, 2019  

‘We were very scared’: woman describes fiery train derailment in Saskatchewan

Emergency crews, hazmat team respond to rural incident

Feature
December 9, 2019  

Winter-proofing your work zone

Seasonal work poses unique challenges that can put employees at risk

News
October 28, 2019  

Dangling Edmonton window-washer rescued from swinging scaffolding

UPDATE: Investigation underway into wild, windy ride

News
October 21, 2019  

Record one million take part in B.C. earthquake preparedness drill

ShakeOut program teaches “Drop, Cover, and Hold On!” technique

News
October 11, 2019  

Canadian medical groups urge climate change action

Heat waves, forest fires causing physical, mental health issues: letter

News
September 28, 2019  

Newfoundland’s Hibernia offshore project resumes work after spills

Three major oil spills have occurred in the province since November

News
September 27, 2019  

Climate strikers naive, but have right to protest, say energy leaders

CEOs applaud intentions, but still support oil and gas production

News
May 21, 2019  

Growing wildfire prompts warning for Alberta town to prepare for evacuation

HIGH LEVEL, Alta. – Residents of a northern Alberta

News
May 14, 2019  

Wildfire prompts evacuation order, state of emergency in central B.C

FRASER LAKE, B.C. – Fraser Lake Mayor Sarrah Storey

News
May 9, 2019  

Propane blast in Tagish, Yukon sparks wildfire, destroys two homes

TAGISH, Yukon – A propane tank explosion in a

News
May 6, 2019  

Health and safety inspection teams head to flood affected zones in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON – Health and safety inspection teams are fanning

News
April 29, 2019  

Consider climate impact on infrastructure suffering repeated flooding: experts

With key infrastructure in the Maritimes and Quebec again

News
April 26, 2019  

Saskatchewan wildfire triggers state of emergency, evacuation of hospital

BIGGAR, Sask. – Saskatchewan’s fire commissioner is urging people