OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Human Resources

News
March 30, 2021  

Ontario to study vaccine hesitancy, health minister says as rollout continues

National committee recommends against administering AstraZeneca shot to those under 55

News
March 30, 2021  

B.C. imposes ‘circuit breaker’ as COVID variants, cases surge

Indoor dining, group fitness classes, limited worship services revoked

News
March 29, 2021  

New York lawmakers agree to legalize recreational marijuana

By Marina Villeneuve, Jennifer Peltz and Karen Matthews ALBANY,

News
March 26, 2021  

Undocumented workers hesitant to get vaccines, fear deportation: advocates

By Camille Bains Undocumented workers in Canada fear that

Feature
March 26, 2021  

Rethinking training through COVID-19

With hands-on learning minimized, employers are facing unique challenges ahead of summer hiring

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  

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

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

News
March 15, 2021  

All workers at Amazon warehouse in Brampton, Ont., ordered to self-isolate

By Denise Paglinawan Thousands of workers at an Amazon warehouse in Brampton,

Feature
March 12, 2021  

Ontario’s plans for contact tracing wearable devices threaten freedom, privacy

In February, the Ontario government announced it had invested

Feature
March 11, 2021  

The moment everything changed: Canadians remember when reality of COVID-19 set in

By Adina Bresge One year after the World Health

News
March 10, 2021  

WEBINAR: Considerations in effective policy development for addiction and mental health in the workplace

  There is a common misconception that addiction and

Feature
March 9, 2021  

A year of COVID-19 has illuminated the urgent need for paid sick days

Over the past year, Canada’s federal government, policy-makers and

News
March 9, 2021  

Toronto Catholic elementary school closed for COVID-19 investigation

A Toronto Catholic elementary school with 11 COVID-19 cases

News
March 5, 2021  

How many teachers have had COVID-19 but didn’t know it? Researchers want to find out

By Stephanie Levitz OTTAWA — The debate over the