OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Health & Safety

Feature
February 26, 2021  

OHS Canada unveils expanded awards program

Nominations open until May 28, 2021

Voice
February 26, 2021  

WSIB offering relief, rebates to help make Ontario workplaces safer

The ripple effect of the COVID-19 pandemic has touched

News
February 26, 2021  

Vaccination ‘passports’ may open society, but inequity looms

Discussion beginning on ‘green passport’ logistics

News
February 26, 2021  

Concern for rapid COVID-19 spread prevents B.C. from lifting restrictions

Majority of cases spread through workplace interactions: Henry

News
February 25, 2021  

Incident at Canadian Tire in Thunder Bay, Ont., results in $60K fine

A fine of $60,000 has been handed down following

News
February 25, 2021  

Education campaign launched to help Ontario workplaces reopen safely

Full suite of resources available to prevent spread of COVID-19

News
February 25, 2021  

CCOHS encourages workplaces to bring awareness to pain, strain prevention

On International Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day (Feb. 28,

Feature
February 25, 2021  

Could COVID-19 variants affect your business?

Coronavirus variants are spreading across Canada and some businesses

News
February 25, 2021  

Canadian Agricultural Safety Week will put focus on farms

Annual public campaign will take place March 14 to 20

News
February 24, 2021  

Ontario aims to vaccinate 80+ starting third week of March; 60-year-olds by July

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Ontarians aged 80 and

News
February 24, 2021  

Pearson airport to launch testing study for staff, departing travellers

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — A new study will look at

News
February 24, 2021  

School board in Thunder Bay, Ont., wants classes moved online after COVID outbreaks

THUNDER BAY, Ont. — A school board in Thunder

News
February 24, 2021  

Nunavut community declares state of emergency over rising COVID-19 numbers

ARVIAT, Nunavut — The Nunavut community of Arviat has

Feature
February 24, 2021  

Outlining new requirements of a violence and harassment policy

13 aspects now required within federally regulated workforce

News
February 24, 2021  

Quebec to begin vaccinating general population next week, starting with age 85 and up

MONTREAL — Quebec will begin vaccinating the general population

News
February 24, 2021  

Teachers at school in Surrey, B.C., ask for more safety measures

Concern that there is single set of COVID-19 health and safety rules for every school in the province

News
February 24, 2021  

Advocates call for vaccination plan for migrant and undocumented workers

TORONTO — Advocates say migrant and undocumented workers should

News
February 24, 2021  

Ontario legislators call for clear criteria of ’emergency brake’ pandemic measure

TORONTO — Ontario’s Opposition is asking the government to

News
February 22, 2021  

Canada Post worksite hit by major virus outbreak excluded from provincial inspections

As Crown corporation, inspection falls outside provincial jurisdiction

News
February 22, 2021  

Strategic antibody tests touted as tool in road to achieving broad COVID immunity

By Cassandra Szklarski TORONTO — Health Canada has approved