OHS Canada Magazine

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Human Resources

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

Feature
March 5, 2021  

PODCAST: Women still face obstacles in OH&S profession

WOHSS leaders shine spotlight on lingering issues

Feature
March 3, 2021  

Virtual NSC Congress kicks off with ode to safety pros

OH&S professionals are ‘nation’s secret weapon in the fight to save lives’

Feature
March 3, 2021  

Bill C-65: Importance of violence and harassment risk assessment

Hierarchy of hazard controls should be considered

News
March 3, 2021  

Manitoba increasing capacity at stores, restaurants to 50 per cent

By Steve Lambert WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is loosening many

News
March 2, 2021  

Strategic antibody tests touted as tool in road to achieving broad COVID immunity

By Cassandra Szklarski TORONTO — Health Canada has approved

Feature
February 26, 2021  

OHS Canada unveils expanded awards program

Nominations for individual awards open until May 28

Feature
February 25, 2021  

Could COVID-19 variants affect your business?

Coronavirus variants are spreading across Canada and some businesses

Feature
February 24, 2021  

Outlining new requirements of a violence and harassment policy

13 aspects now required within federally regulated workforce

News
February 19, 2021  

Survey: nearly two-thirds of small businesses would use rapid testing

OTTAWA — Nearly two-thirds of Canadian small businesses would

News
February 19, 2021  

Who do provinces have pegged to receive vaccines in coming weeks?

As COVID-19 vaccine supplies gradually ramp up across the

Feature
February 18, 2021  

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

Voice
February 17, 2021  

Reviewing unique hazards teleworkers face in winter

It’s been more than a year since the first

News
February 12, 2021  

COVID-19 postpones voting in N.L, puts off school break in Ontario

By Kelly Geraldine Malone Concern over the spread of