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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

Feature
September 24, 2019  

Avoiding Combustible Dust Mistakes

Combustible dust, which is a mixture of fine solid

Product
September 11, 2019  

Flammable Storage Cabinets by HEMCO

Flammable Storage Cabinet is specifically designed for the storage

News
July 12, 2019  

Cousins who were best friends dead from carbon monoxide gas in Saskatchewan home

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. – Two young cousins are dead

News
July 11, 2019  

46 people to hospital after suspected carbon monoxide leak at Winnipeg hotel

Winnipeg emergency officials say 46 people have been taken

News
July 10, 2019  

Cape Breton coal mining suspended after new roof collapse; no injuries reported

DONKIN, N.S. – Operations at Canada’s only operating underground

News
July 5, 2019  

Workers who were trapped deep in Saskatchewan mine now safely back on surface

SASKATOON – A fertilizer company says all 34 people

News
July 4, 2019  

US, Canadian safety officials looking into train derailment

PORT HURON, Mich. – Safety officials in the U.S.

News
June 24, 2019  

124 children affected by January gas leak that forced evacuation of Montreal school

Montreal public health officials say 124 children suffered symptoms

Product
June 6, 2019  

CO2 Sensor Now Available for Radius® BZ1 Area Monitor

(May 2, 2019) — Industrial Scientific is pleased to

News
June 6, 2019  

Working within safe limits in a confined space

According to Statistics Canada, there were 4,990 deaths associated

News
June 6, 2019  

New series of hazardous refrigeration leak detectors

Bacharach, a provider of HVAC-R gas instrumentation, announced the addition of 22 halogen

News
June 6, 2019  

Handling gas-detection devices with care

The importance of being gentle with gas-detection devices cannot

News
May 24, 2019  

Cape Breton coal mine to reopen rock face where small methane fire broke out

DONKIN, N.S. – Nova Scotia’s Labour Department has lifted

News
May 22, 2019  

Primary and Secondary Defences Against Eye Injuries

Eye injuries cover a gamut of afflictions that range

News
May 22, 2019  

The Limitations of Water Washing for Managing Corrosive Chemical Injuries

Chemical-exposure injuries occur far too often in workplaces across

News
May 22, 2019  

Eye on Safety

The $124,000 fine slapped against Vale Canada Limited in

News
May 21, 2019  

Debris hurled into air when natural gas blast rips apart Alberta workshop

DE WINTON, Alta. – A man is being treated

News
May 1, 2019  

New review of worker safety underway seven years after B.C. mill explosions

VANCOUVER – The union representing four workers who died