OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Health & Safety

News
June 18, 2021  

High vaccination rates, ongoing measures mean near-normal return to school in B.C.

VICTORIA — Students and parents can expect a near-normal

Feature
June 18, 2021  

Considering happiness and stress as leading indicators

As our understanding of neuroscience evolves, how we manage workplace safety and health must also evolve

Feature
June 17, 2021  

Tackling burnout: How to deal with stress in the workplace

Burnout as the result of workplace stress carries significant implications for employers

News
June 17, 2021  

A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

As COVID-19 vaccination rates increase and case numbers drop

News
June 17, 2021  

B.C. public health officials prepare to manage COVID-19 differently in the future

Plan to shift to more typical communicable disease management

Voice
June 15, 2021  

What skills are needed today to tackle the risks of tomorrow?

Safety pros need to be equipped with appropriate competencies

News
June 15, 2021  

B.C. to ease pandemic restrictions, provincial travel, indoor activities allowed

By Dirk Meissner VICTORIA — Health restrictions will be

News
June 15, 2021  

Nova Scotia to move to second phase under five-step reopening plan

HALIFAX — Officials in Nova Scotia are expected to

News
June 14, 2021  

B.C.’s next steps in safe restart plan set for today as vaccines take hold

VICTORIA — British Columbia seems poised to relax public health measures

News
June 14, 2021  

Alberta launches vaccine lottery with million-dollar prizes to encourage uptake

EDMONTON — Alberta is launching a multimillion-dollar lottery in a bid to encourage

Feature
June 14, 2021  

PODCAST: Industry safety standards for overhead cranes

Overhead cranes play a significant role in the production

Feature
June 14, 2021  

Advocates call for more rights for migrant workers amid deaths on the job

By Arvin Joaquin It’s dawn in Batangas, a city

Feature
June 11, 2021  

Manitoba releases plan to loosen COVID-19 rules for summer

Premier launches $100,000 lottery to encourage vaccinations

News
June 11, 2021  

New U.S. federal COVID-19 safety rules exempt most employers

Biden administration releases nonbinding guidance that relaxes some recommendations

News
June 11, 2021  

Most of Ontario enters first stage of reopening, loosening COVID-19 restrictions

Outdoor dining and shopping at non-essential retail stores can

News
June 10, 2021  

Alberta premier hopes cities stay in lockstep when provincial COVID mask rules lift

By Dean Bennett EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney

News
June 10, 2021  

Police arrest two men and are searching for third wanted in fatal restaurant shooting

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — A Canada-wide warrant has been issued

News
June 10, 2021  

Alberta to lift some restrictions; Manitoba to release reopening plan

Two Prairie provinces hit hard by the third wave

Feature
June 10, 2021  

Should employers be encouraging vaccines for employees?

As organizations plan to ‘reboard’ staff, inoculation will be a factor

Feature
June 10, 2021  

To create a better work environment after COVID-19, we must truly hear employees

When the third wave of COVID-19 hit Canada and