Strategic antibody tests touted as tool in road to achieving broad COVID immunity
By Cassandra Szklarski TORONTO — Health Canada has approved…
OHS Canada unveils expanded awards program
Nominations for individual awards open until May 28
Could COVID-19 variants affect your business?
Coronavirus variants are spreading across Canada and some businesses…
Outlining new requirements of a violence and harassment policy
13 aspects now required within federally regulated workforce
Survey: nearly two-thirds of small businesses would use rapid testing
OTTAWA — Nearly two-thirds of Canadian small businesses would…
Who do provinces have pegged to receive vaccines in coming weeks?
As COVID-19 vaccine supplies gradually ramp up across the…
Bill C-65 is now law: Do you have the right resolution processes?
Understanding new prescribed processes for federally regulated employers to resolve a report of violence and harassment, and the role of the designated recipient
Reviewing unique hazards teleworkers face in winter
It’s been more than a year since the first…
COVID-19 postpones voting in N.L, puts off school break in Ontario
By Kelly Geraldine Malone Concern over the spread of…
Poll: COVID has affected mental health of 76 per cent of Canadians
A new survey suggests that the COVID-19 pandemic has…
New federal rules on violence, harassment in effect: Are you compliant?
Taking a structured approach can ensure clarity
Restaurants, gyms, churches: Manitoba to loosen some restrictions
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is easing some of its COVID-19…
Ontario to begin gradual reopening of economy Wednesday
Provincial state of emergency set to expire Feb. 9
Federal supports through COVID-19: Did they work?
Navigating relief for businesses during a pandemic – and beyond
How will COVID-19 affect the traditional office?
Safety will be at the forefront of business decisions, experts say
Strong focus on health, safety will move us forward in 2021
While the pandemic will eventually end, the lessons learned will live on
Guidance on COVID-19 vaccine policies for employees
Few individuals with lawful grounds to refuse vaccination in employment law context
Testing, enforcement, sick leave needed to slow workplace spread: experts
Hundreds of people have been infected in recent outbreaks linked to workplaces in Ontario
Mandatory testing finds 27 more virus cases at Canada Post site
149 workers at Mississauga site have tested positive since Jan. 1
Will vaccines become the accepted norm at work?
Employers cannot make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory, expert says