OHS Canada Magazine

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Health & Safety

News
December 3, 2021  

Putin urges compliance with safety rules after coal mine blast in Siberia kills 51

By Vladimir Isachenkov MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin

News
December 2, 2021  

‘Easy to understand’: Alberta announces update to provincial OHS laws

Minister of Labour and Immigration Tyler Shandro issued a

News
December 2, 2021  

No shift in N.W.T. COVID-19 measures this winter

By Sarah Sibley, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter CABIN RADIO

News
December 2, 2021  

Albertans 60 and older eligible for third shot of COVID-19 vaccine starting next week

EDMONTON — Alberta’s government says those who are 60

News
December 2, 2021  

Proof of vaccination won’t be required for some Yukon businesses on Dec. 4: premier

WHITEHORSE — Yukon’s government is lifting some health restrictions

News
November 30, 2021  

Alberta ups screening, tracing as it prepares for first Omicron COVID-19 cases

By Dean Bennett EDMONTON — Alberta does not yet

Feature
November 30, 2021  

Unvaccinated travellers barred from planes, trains as of Nov. 30

By Laura Osman OTTAWA — Unvaccinated travellers over the

News
November 30, 2021  

CCOHS provides guidance on safe return to work during COVID-19

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)

Feature
November 29, 2021  

‘This will always be a fight’: Women push for changes to Saskatchewan labour law

If passed, Saskatchewan would become one of five provinces to specifically reference sexual harassment in legislation

News
November 26, 2021  

Saskatchewan extends public health order, including masking, to end of January

Saskatchewan’s current public health order will be extended to

News
November 26, 2021  

Ontario government investing $6 million to prevent work-related cancers

Funding will support Occupational Cancer Research Centre

News
November 26, 2021  

Ontario still in fourth wave, likely to continue through winter: Chief medical officer

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Ontario’s rising COVID-19 infection

News
November 26, 2021  

Ontario will send rapid tests to hard-hit regions amid rising virus school shutdowns

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Ontario is looking to

News
November 25, 2021  

Italy targets unvaccinated with restrictions as cases rise

By Nicole Winfield ROME — The Italian government on

News
November 25, 2021  

B.C.’s sick leave law will provide workers 5 paid days minimum starting Jan. 1

By Dirk Meissner VICTORIA — Workers in British Columbia

News
November 25, 2021  

Austria begins national lockdown to fight surging infections

By Emily Schultheis VIENNA — Austria went into a nationwide lockdown

Voice
November 24, 2021  

Changing the view on safety rules

Launched in 2018 as an industry-wide standard, the Life Saving Rules were established through collaboration with industry, using data-driven research.

News
November 24, 2021  

B.C. releasing plans for permanent sick leave program

VICTORIA — The British Columbia is expected to release

Product
November 23, 2021  

Diphoterine: Safety evolution on a chemical level

Diphoterine, a rinse solution recently developed by Prevor, establishes

Voice
November 23, 2021  

Fear of travelling: Canadians need to put travel risk into perspective

By Kelley A. McClinchey, Teaching Faculty, Geography and Environmental