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Health & Safety

News
June 27, 2022  

TPA responds to Workplace Harassment & Discrimination Review

In response to a report released by the Toronto

Voice
June 27, 2022  

Amid a red hot summer job market, teenaged workers need to keep health and safety in mind

By Rebecca Raby, Professor in Child and Youth Studies,

Feature
June 23, 2022  

How to get workers to wear safety gloves and prevent hand injuries

Every year, millions of workers are injured on the

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News
June 22, 2022  

Lifeboat accident in Vancouver’s English Bay linked to failed hardware, sling: TSB

The Transportation Safety Board has concluded its report into

Voice
June 20, 2022  

To prevent disasters like Lac Megantic, private interests cannot be allowed to affect regulations

By Bruce Campbell, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Environmental and

Feature
June 20, 2022  

Growing number of companies end mandatory vaccination as COVID 19 restrictions ease

By Christopher Reynolds A growing swath of Canadian companies

News
June 16, 2022  

With more kids working and getting hurt on the job, Quebec to review labour laws

Quebec Labour Minister Jean Boulet says the government will

Feature
June 15, 2022  

Tools of the Trade: Surveillance tech ensures safe and smart healthcare facilities

Healthcare facilities throughout the country are facing a shifting

News
June 13, 2022  

Safety board blames improper training for death at Montreal’s giant ferris wheel

Deficient safety practices at the ferris wheel in Montreal’s

Voice
June 13, 2022  

Be clear on your workplace mental health north star

EDITOR’S NOTE: ‘Mental Fitness: The next frontier in workplace

Feature
June 9, 2022  

As COVID restrictions lift, questions remain

Ready or not, Nova Scotia announced pandemic restrictions would

News
June 9, 2022  

No OHS Act fines issued after collapse of Tittle Bridge

On the afternoon of Tuesday, July 7, 2020, a

News
June 9, 2022  

BC Ferries fined $674,000 after worker who drowned after falling from vessel

British Columbia’s health and safety agency for workers has

News
June 7, 2022  

Ontario farm pleads guilty to death of worker from COVID-19, fined over $125,000

Scotlynn SweetPac Growers Inc., one of Canada’s largest employers

News
June 6, 2022  

LTC facilities failed to train workers on medication hazard: Union

By Mia Jensen, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter After a

Voice
June 6, 2022  

As monkeypox spreads, should employers be concerned?

Monkeypox is now active and spreading in Canada, with

Voice
June 6, 2022  

Practicing forgiveness fosters learning in the workplace

EDITOR’S NOTE: ‘Psychologically Safe Leadership: Strategies for facilitating mental

News
June 2, 2022  

Two companies in Saskatchewan fined after workplace injury

Two companies in Saskatchewan pleaded guilty to violations under

Voice
June 2, 2022  

The benefits of chasing purpose over happiness

EDITOR’S NOTE: ‘Mental Fitness: The next frontier in workplace

Voice
May 30, 2022  

Two years after COVID, a renewed focus on corporate mental health efforts

By Christopher Reynolds Over 26 months into a gruelling