OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Human Resources

News
February 14, 2017  

Construction association announces partnership with women’s organization

Collaboration aims to make construction safer for women workers

News
February 7, 2017  

Mental-health worker’s 2011 death was preventable: fatality report

Valerie Wolski strangled by client in Alberta

News
January 31, 2017  

Study examines connections between organizational change and health

Change negatively affects 40 per cent of employees: survey

News
January 24, 2017  

Toronto transit to enhance security to prevent assaults on drivers

TTC to deploy special constables on buses, streetcars

Voice
December 14, 2016  

It Begins with Words

On November 18, I received a message from the

Feature
December 14, 2016  

Dark Days

Every year when winter bleaches the landscape and ushers in plummeting temperatures for months on end, many Canadians dread the prospect of shovelling snow from driveways and taking their reluctant dogs out for walks. But for more than one million Canadians, who comprise two to three per cent of the population, the monochrome of winter brings with it the onset of deep, dark moods.

News
December 6, 2016  

Controversial finance bill could threaten worker safety, say unions

Bill 70 could reduce inspections, OPSEU charges

News
December 6, 2016  

Stabbing of cab driver awakens safety concerns in sector

Regina cabbie, 31, in induced coma

News
November 22, 2016  

Sheriff injured in courtroom melee after rapper’s hearing

Union blames understaffing, layout of courtroom

News
November 22, 2016  

Attacks on hospital’s nurses blamed on ER overflow, congestion

Facility constructing extra ER space for mental-health patients

News
November 15, 2016  

CP clashes with union over scheduling, workplace fatigue

Employer launches website; union releases fatigue-management guide

News
November 15, 2016  

Alberta introduces bill against workplace bullying, harassment

Proposed law would make harassment policies mandatory

News
November 8, 2016  

Class-action suit claims government persecuted LGBTQ employees

Harassment, dismissals date back to 1950s: lawyer

News
November 8, 2016  

Nursing-home director accused of harassing, abusing employees

Board of directors reportedly received more than 200 complaints

News
October 18, 2016  

Nurses’ union was not informed of gun incident: president

Man, 60, brought firearm into Nova Scotia hospital

News
October 18, 2016  

CN employees speaking out against chronic workplace fatigue

Union members hold information picket in Edmonton

News
October 4, 2016  

TTC launching single-operator system on subway this month

Management cuts corners on safety to save money, charges union

News
October 4, 2016  

Correctional institutions seizing more weapons in Saskatchewan

More than 100 found in Saskatoon centre alone, says Ministry

News
September 27, 2016  

Children’s Aid Society employees on strike for safer work conditions

Report in 2014 examined worker safety, made recommendations

News
September 20, 2016  

Brink’s wins stay on government order for armoured-car guards

“All off” model deemed dangerous by government, union