OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Health & Safety

Feature
July 16, 2021  

Ontario won’t make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for any industry: Ford

Premier says it’s up to private companies to come up with their own employee vaccination policies

News
July 16, 2021  

Freedom or folly? U.K.’s end to mandatory masks sows confusion

By Jill Lawless LONDON — For many, it’s a

News
July 16, 2021  

Gyms, restaurants, cinemas can reopen as Ontario enters Step 3 of reopening

Public health restrictions on businesses and gatherings are rolling back further

Feature
July 15, 2021  

Ontario makes free OH&S training available for small businesses

Government to cover training costs for JHSC representatives

News
July 15, 2021  

Residents display high-visibility safety gear to mourn victims of crane collapse

KELOWNA, B.C. — Photos of bright yellow and orange

News
July 15, 2021  

Fifth body pulled from rubble of Kelowna crane collapse

KELOWNA, B.C. — The body of a fifth man

News
July 14, 2021  

Trudeau defends Canada’s early response to COVID-19, but admits room for improvement

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — There are ways to

News
July 14, 2021  

Employers must consider health, safety of workers in spells of hot weather

By Len Gillis, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter SUDBURY.COM Summer

News
July 14, 2021  

Specialized rescue team aims to recover man’s body after Kelowna crane collapse

KELOWNA, B.C. — A specialized team of first responders

News
July 13, 2021  

Kenney wants Canada to reopen to fully vaccinated visitors

By Stephanie Taylor OTTAWA — Canada should reopen the

News
July 13, 2021  

France rushes to get vaccinated after president’s warning

With infections rising, Macron mandates special COVID passes to go to restaurants, shopping malls, or travel

News
July 12, 2021  

Multiple fatalities after crane collapses on Kelowna construction site

KELOWNA, B.C. — The head of a development company

Feature
July 12, 2021  

Roles, rules and responsibilities of workplace health and safety

Workers need to be trained on potential and actual hazards associated with their job, provided with written instructions on the measures and procedures taken to protect them, and use all appropriate personal protective equipment and devices

News
July 12, 2021  

Washington state is latest to pass heat rules for workers

By Nicholas K. Geranios SPOKANE, Wash. — Washington state

News
July 12, 2021  

France’s Macron tries to slow variant, boost vaccines

By Angela Charlton PARIS — Is France’s summer over

Feature
July 9, 2021  

Ontario set to move to Step 3 of reopening on July 16

Indoor activities will resume, outdoor activities can take place with larger groups

News
July 8, 2021  

New Ontario regulation streamlines OH&S reporting, notice requirements

On July 1, O. Reg. 420/21: Notices and Reports under

News
July 8, 2021  

Working at heights education campaign underway on P.E.I.

Beginning June 28, WCB launched a widespread education and

News
July 8, 2021  

Quebec to remove capacity limits in retail stores, reduce distancing to one metre

By Sidhartha Banerjee MONTREAL — Quebec’s government is removing

News
July 8, 2021  

Saskatchewan prepares to reopen Sunday, offers public health guidance

Public health order requiring masks indoors will be lifted