Former teacher Chantal Trépanier aims to bring unique perspective to U.S. board
Research grants available through Innovation at Work competition
Company pled guilty to 2018 incident
Builders Code tool uses humour, animation to ask ‘Cool or Tool?’
In 2018, more than 1,000 claims were a result of falls in British Columbia
Hospitals don’t always comply with required safety practices standards
2,400 provincial workers are seriously hurt each year
10 fatalities in 2 years for rail industry in ‘crisis’: president
Confidential database needed for workers to report infractions: lawyer
Move meant to ensure health and safety of staff, tenants, visitors
Most Canadian whistleblowing legislation is ineffective, requiring users to clear a number of hurdles, says an expert.
Emerging technology is affecting traditional approaches to safety management
Issue affects employees and transit users, says lawyer
In a world where the only constant is change, mental health has simultaneously become the fastest-growing category of disability in the workplace.
Much work remains in male-dominated OHS profession: chair
Next generation of safety professionals will get dedicated lab spaces
Germany’s A+A conference has definite wow factor
Teachers will be trained in de-escalation techniques
The current round of Ontario workplace inspections is expected to conclude on Dec. 27.
All new products meet CSA standard Z259.2.2-2017