OHS Canada Magazine

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Health & Safety

News
May 26, 2021  

Ottawa preparing to deploy health workers, military and Red Cross to help in Manitoba

By Mia Rabson OTTAWA — The premier of Manitoba

News
May 25, 2021  

Crowds, social bubble increase as Yukon lifts some COVID-19 restrictions

WHITEHORSE — Restrictions put in place at the height

News
May 25, 2021  

B.C. set to lay out restart road map as COVID-19 cases slow, vaccinations increase

VICTORIA — A plan to be announced today will

News
May 25, 2021  

Quebec lifts emergency measures while Newfoundland expands restrictions

Quebec has lifted the last remaining emergency lockdown measures imposed on

Product
May 21, 2021  

KleenWraps reduce risk of COVID-19 germs

Washable, reusable set protects users from suspicious surfaces

Product
May 21, 2021  

Alcumus introduces enhanced business intelligence tool

Real-time data and proactive insight to reduce workplace incidents

Product
May 21, 2021  

Honeywell earplug dispenser features antimicrobial protection

Product reduces need for individual product packaging

News
May 21, 2021  

Ontario to resume AstraZeneca shots for COVID-19 as second dose

TORONTO — Ontario is resuming use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca

News
May 21, 2021  

Nervous U.S. workers struggle to adjust to new mask policies

By Alexandra Olson, Joseph Pisani and Anne D’innocenzio NEW

News
May 21, 2021  

WorkSafeBC increasing workplace COVID-19 inspections during May long weekend

WorkSafeBC will be stepping up inspections at workplaces located

News
May 21, 2021  

Online course provides COVID-19 guidance for temporary foreign workers

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) has

Feature
May 20, 2021  

Ontario releases three-step plan to safely reopen

Outdoor recreational amenities can open this Saturday

Feature
May 20, 2021  

Mental health: 360-degree approach to prevention is needed

Preventive measures are as important to the mental health pandemic as they are to COVID-19

News
May 20, 2021  

Ontario carrying out more inspections at workplaces in hot-spot regions

1,500 visits through May to maintain decline of COVID-19 cases

News
May 20, 2021  

Interactive map breaks down Alberta vaccine coverage

Online map tracks to see vaccine uptake in communities

News
May 20, 2021  

Alberta students to return to class May 25, in all but one region

Students across Alberta will return to their classrooms on

News
May 20, 2021  

U.S. automakers, union tell workers to keep wearing masks at work

By Matt Ott SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Don’t

News
May 20, 2021  

Ontario says hospitals can resume non-urgent surgeries as COVID-19 cases drop

By Shawn Jeffords TORONTO — Ontario hospitals were given

News
May 20, 2021  

Nova Scotia reports two COVID-19 related deaths, extends lockdown to mid-June

Schools to remain closed for rest of academic year

News
May 20, 2021  

Premier Doug Ford to announce Ontario’s reopening plan today

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford will make an announcement