OHS Canada Magazine

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Health & Safety

News
August 25, 2021  

Mandating vaccinations will likely require proof that vaccines are required for safety

Many companies taking cues from the federal, provincial governments

Feature
August 25, 2021  

Q&A: Tackling the ‘unseen’ hazard of COVID-19 in Manitoba

The province of Manitoba has not been immune to

Feature
August 25, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Meet Judith Trottier

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

Feature
August 25, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Meet Jill Vrolson

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

News
August 25, 2021  

WEBINAR: Reducing Sub-Contractor Hand Injuries: How prime contractors can improve sub-contractor hand safety

EDITOR’S NOTE: In respect for the new federal statutory

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News
August 24, 2021  

Manitoba to require full vaccination for front-line provincial workers

WINNIPEG — Manitoba will require all front-line provincial employees

News
August 24, 2021  

B.C. to introduce vaccine card for activities and restaurants as COVID-19 cases climb

Starting Sept. 13, residents will have to show proof of having had a single dose of a vaccine to enter gyms, fitness centres, casinos

News
August 23, 2021  

Manitoba doctors call for COVID vaccine mandate for all health-care workers

WINNIPEG — An organization that represents doctors in Manitoba

News
August 23, 2021  

Montreal to end state of emergency, in place since start of pandemic

Montreal is not renewing the state of emergency that has been

Voice
August 23, 2021  

Workplace vaccine mandates require delicate balance

Fear, political distrust do not warrant accommodation under current circumstances

News
August 23, 2021  

U.S. regulators give full approval to Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

By Lauran Neergaard and Matthew Perrone WASHINGTON — The

News
August 23, 2021  

B.C. may not move to Step 4 next month as COVID-19 case counts increase

By Nick Wells VANCOUVER — British Columbia may not advance as expected

Voice
August 23, 2021  

The neuroscience of safety habits

Breaking neural connections takes effort and energy, while re-firing and re-wiring new synaptic connections takes repetition and time

News
August 17, 2021  

Ontario pauses reopening, issues vaccine policy for some workers as Delta spreads

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Ontario will pause all further reopening, start

News
August 17, 2021  

Nunavut suspends travel bubble with N.W.T. as COVID-19 cases jump to 34

IQALUIT — Nunavut has closed its travel bubble with

News
August 17, 2021  

Rapid testing to be required for unvaccinated at three Alberta universities

CALGARY — Unvaccinated students and staff at three Alberta

Voice
August 17, 2021  

Facts, fears and the evolution of masking through COVID-19

Do you remember the beginning of the pandemic, when

News
August 17, 2021  

Ontario to require COVID vaccination or regular tests in health care, education

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — The Canadian Press has

Feature
August 17, 2021  

Ways that organizational factors can lead to conflict

Many Canadians describe having too much to do, and not enough time to do it in, as their most significant workplace stressor

Feature
August 17, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Meet Matthew Nasby

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