OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Human Resources

Feature
August 3, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Meet Stewart Day

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

News
August 3, 2021  

Manitoba to reveal new set of COVID-19 rules as vaccinations continue to rise

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is to announce changes

Feature
July 23, 2021  

Recognizing Canada’s best in occupational health and safety

Unveiling our inaugural OHS Canada Honours winners

Feature
July 23, 2021  

Top 10 Under 40: Unveiling the next generation of safety heroes

2021 winners showcased leadership, work ethic and dedication to OH&S excellence across Canada, in a wide variety of sectors

Feature
July 21, 2021  

Emotional literacy is a core competency for psychologically safe leaders

Those who care how their behaviour impacts others and manage their emotions under pressure are more in tune with their feelings

News
July 20, 2021  

Colleges, universities told to plan for in-person classes, on-campus activities

By Allison Jones TORONTO — Ontario colleges and universities

Feature
July 16, 2021  

Ontario won’t make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for any industry: Ford

Premier says it’s up to private companies to come up with their own employee vaccination policies

News
July 16, 2021  

Gyms, restaurants, cinemas can reopen as Ontario enters Step 3 of reopening

Public health restrictions on businesses and gatherings are rolling back further

Feature
July 15, 2021  

Ontario makes free OH&S training available for small businesses

Government to cover training costs for JHSC representatives

News
July 13, 2021  

Kenney wants Canada to reopen to fully vaccinated visitors

By Stephanie Taylor OTTAWA — Canada should reopen the

Feature
July 12, 2021  

Roles, rules and responsibilities of workplace health and safety

Workers need to be trained on potential and actual hazards associated with their job, provided with written instructions on the measures and procedures taken to protect them, and use all appropriate personal protective equipment and devices

Feature
July 9, 2021  

Ontario set to move to Step 3 of reopening on July 16

Indoor activities will resume, outdoor activities can take place with larger groups

Feature
July 7, 2021  

Emotional well-being is a non-negotiable competency for all leaders

Microskill influences how well thoughts and feelings are managed under pressure

News
July 7, 2021  

N.B. bowling alleys turn into vaccination sites, as Atlantic region pushes for shots

BATHURST, N.B. — Though the lanes will be closed,

Feature
July 5, 2021  

Reopening anxiety: shaking lockdown habits may be difficult

By Melissa Couto Zuber Samantha Yammine felt a wave

News
July 5, 2021  

Businesses taking cautious approach to Alberta’s full reopening

By Bill Graveland CALGARY — Alberta lifted almost all its remaining COVID-19

Feature
July 5, 2021  

Paid sick days matter even more than you might think

This commentary first appeared in Talent Canada, a sister

Feature
June 30, 2021  

Coping with work-from-home burnout during COVID-19

Time off, disconnecting aren’t always most appropriate solutions

News
June 30, 2021  

A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country, as of June 30

As COVID-19 vaccination rates increase and case numbers drop

News
June 29, 2021  

B.C. employers shift from COVID-19 safety plans to prevention as communicable disease

VANCOUVER — WorkSafeBC has issued guidelines for employers on