OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Health & Safety

News
August 5, 2021  

Quebec to receive final shipment of COVID-19 vaccine next week

By Jacob Serebrin MONTREAL — Quebec will receive its

Feature
August 5, 2021  

Psychologically safe leaders anticipate conflict

When managed correctly, conflict can spark creativity and align expectations

News
August 4, 2021  

CSSE cancels 2021 Professional Development Conference

The Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) has cancelled

News
August 4, 2021  

Premier backs Alberta’s top doctor, defends Alberta’s response as COVID-19 cases rise

By Alanna Smith CALGARY — Premier Jason Kenney says

News
August 4, 2021  

Manitoba loosening more COVID-19 health orders, removing mask mandate

By Kelly Geraldine Malone WINNIPEG — The mask mandate

News
August 4, 2021  

Nunavut releases path forward to live with COVID-19, ease public health restrictions

By Emma Tranter IQALUIT — The Nunavut government has

News
August 3, 2021  

Extracurricular activities back, no masks outside in Ontario back-to-school plan

Government will continue to require masks indoors for Grade 1 and up

Feature
August 3, 2021  

OH&S Professional of the Year: Mathur Variem earns top honour

By Jack Burton As Cadillac Fairview Corporation’s director of

Feature
August 3, 2021  

Paula Campkin adds Community Leader award to stellar resumé

By Jack Burton Paula Campkin is OHS Canada’s inaugural

Feature
August 3, 2021  

Lifetime Achievement: For Len Bourdin, safety is a labour of love

By Jack Burton Len Bourdin, 64, feels as if

Feature
August 3, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Meet Darcie Babysh

OHS Canada’s annual Top 10 Under 40 program recognizes the achievements

News
August 3, 2021  

U.S. employers ratchet up the pressure on the unvaccinated

By Alexandra Olson NEW YORK — Employers are losing

Feature
August 3, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Meet Stewart Day

OHS Canada’s annual Top 10 Under 40 program recognizes the achievements

News
August 3, 2021  

Manitoba to reveal new set of COVID-19 rules as vaccinations continue to rise

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is to announce changes

Feature
July 23, 2021  

Recognizing Canada’s best in occupational health and safety

Unveiling our inaugural OHS Canada Honours winners

Feature
July 23, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Unveiling the next generation of safety heroes

2021 winners showcased leadership, work ethic and dedication to OH&S excellence across Canada, in a wide variety of sectors

Voice
July 22, 2021  

From the editor: The next global safety hazard

Experts say Western Canada’s recent heat wave that resulted in 719 deaths is a result of climate change

Feature
July 21, 2021  

Emotional literacy is a core competency for psychologically safe leaders

Those who care how their behaviour impacts others and manage their emotions under pressure are more in tune with their feelings

News
July 21, 2021  

France requires COVID pass for Eiffel Tower, tourist venues

By Alex Turnbull and Angela Charlton PARIS — Visitors

News
July 20, 2021  

Colleges, universities told to plan for in-person classes, on-campus activities

By Allison Jones TORONTO — Ontario colleges and universities