OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Health & Safety

News
March 25, 2021  

Uniform company fined $120K after employee struck in parking lot

A uniform rental and linen supply company in Toronto

News
March 25, 2021  

Jackson Safety products now available in Canada

On March 17, PPE manufacturer SureWerx announced the launch

News
March 25, 2021  

Saskatchewan closes restaurants, issues travel advisory in Regina 

Rising spread of COVID-19 variants cause for concern

Feature
March 23, 2021  

Handling COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the workplace

Education will be key in reducing doubt among workers

News
March 23, 2021  

Widow of tow truck driver killed on Saskatchewan roadside hopes for changes

Death led to allowance of blue and amber lights, fines for speeders

News
March 23, 2021  

Cases of COVID-19 variants on the rise in Canada, fuelling concerns over third wave

By Morgan Lowrie The number of cases of variants

News
March 23, 2021  

East Coast rotational workers say federal self-isolation rules lack clarity

Workers who travel outside country must isolate for 14 days under Quarantine Act

News
March 23, 2021  

Saskatchewan shipping 100,000 COVID-19 rapid tests to schools

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is shipping 100,000 rapid

News
March 22, 2021  

Vaccine rollout set to shift into high gear with major surge in expected deliveries

By Maan Alhmidi OTTAWA — Canada’s COVID-19 vaccination drive

Feature
March 22, 2021  

A collective approach to COVID-19 prevention

Risks aren’t contained simply to work environment

Voice
March 22, 2021  

Honouring our safety heroes

OHS Canada has launched an expanded awards program, honouring excellence in the profession

News
March 19, 2021  

Data looks good to further ease COVID-19 restrictions: Alberta premier

Key metric remains hospitalization rate: Kenney

News
March 19, 2021  

Saskatchewan introduces three-hour vaccination leave for employees to get shot

REGINA — Saskatchewan has announced people will get paid

Feature
March 19, 2021  

Time for Canada, U.S. to get serious about how, when to reopen border, experts say

Joint strategy could include proof of vaccination, antibodies

News
March 19, 2021  

Atlantic premiers announce return of regional travel bubble by April 19

By Keith Doucette HALIFAX — Atlantic Canada’s premiers say

Feature
March 18, 2021  

How living life on a screen during COVID-19 affects your eyes

Considering computer vision syndrome, digital eye strain

News
March 18, 2021  

Union points to high COVID work claims by teachers as proof all students need masks

By Camille Bains VANCOUVER — The head of the

News
March 18, 2021  

Ottawa seeks post-pandemic ideas to prepare for next major disaster

By Jim Bronskill OTTAWA — The federal government is

News
March 18, 2021  

Carve-outs to mandatory hotel quarantine announced for temporary foreign workers

By Stephanie Levitz OTTAWA — Temporary foreign workers will

News
March 17, 2021  

Nova Scotia to spend $700K to equip all public schools with defibrillators

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is spending $700,000 to equip