OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Health & Safety

Feature
May 5, 2021  

Alberta tightens rules to prevent looming hospital catastrophe

Schools to move online until at least May 25 due to COVID-19

News
May 4, 2021  

Eye protection next on pandemic classroom list in Manitoba

By Maggie Macintosh, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter WINNIPEG FREE

News
May 4, 2021  

Alberta premier promises more COVID-19 rules, expands vaccinations to teachers

By Dean Bennett EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney

News
May 4, 2021  

COVID-19 cases rise in N.W.T., Nunavut; Iqaluit declares state of emergency 

By Emma Tranter IQALUIT — Nunavut’s capital declared a

News
May 4, 2021  

Immunized Ontario long-term care residents can once again dine together, hug

Government responds to high vaccination rates, modifies restrictions

Feature
May 3, 2021  

Ontario Court of Appeal expands potential risk to employers

Decision could significantly expand liabilities on construction projects

Feature
May 3, 2021  

Shared smoke breaks, broken rules: What led to Nunavut’s first COVID-19 cases?

By Emma Tranter IQALUIT — Broken isolation rules, shared

News
May 3, 2021  

Alberta suspends legislature for two weeks as COVID-19 cases soar to record levels

By Dean Bennett EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s

News
May 3, 2021  

WEBINAR: REThink Your Hand Safety Program

Around the globe, hand injuries are the No. 1

News
May 1, 2021  

Safety and Health Week taking place through first week of May

CCOHS offering free program of live virtual events

News
April 30, 2021  

Death due to COVID-19 parties could lead to manslaughter charges: experts

By Hina Alam People who break health rules by

Feature
April 30, 2021  

What lasting effects will COVID-19 have on worker health, safety?

Are physical barriers, touch-free appliances here to stay?

News
April 29, 2021  

Fort McMurray in COVID-19 emergency five years after fire

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — Almost five years after a

News
April 29, 2021  

More than 150 B.C. workers were killed on the job in 2020

63 fatalities due to traumatic injury; 88 due to occupational disease

News
April 29, 2021  

‘A cautious relief’: Vaccinations to begin at two Alberta meat plants

Internal polling indicates majority comfortable with receiving shot

Feature
April 29, 2021  

How technology is enhancing safety in pulp and paper mills

A look at new approaches that can be used to automate safety

News
April 29, 2021  

Worker fears getting COVID-19 without sick leave, wants B.C. to act

Premier has said province is considering its own sick-leave program

News
April 28, 2021  

Ontario to give all workers three paid sick days, reimburse business costs

Program is retroactive to April 19, will end on Sept. 25

Feature
April 28, 2021  

Are employees required to disclose their vaccination status?

There is currently no legislation requiring anyone to get vaccinated

News
April 28, 2021  

India grieves 200,000 dead with many more likely uncounted

‘I have never seen so many dead bodies in my life’