OHS Canada Magazine

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Human Resources

News
April 16, 2021  

‘I wish I could get the vaccine tomorrow’: Grocery workers struggle with anxiety

By Tara Deschamps and Brett Bundale Grocery store workers

News
April 16, 2021  

Construction council ‘disgusted’ at stripper incident on GTA site

The Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) is appalled

Feature
April 16, 2021  

Choosing the right shoe can make all the difference

Skimping on costs, comfort, the wrong move: experts

News
April 16, 2021  

Manitoba police, firefighters, teachers will be prioritized for vaccines

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government says it will soon

News
April 13, 2021  

How to talk to vaccine-hesitant friends: experts offer tips on addressing concerns

By Melissa Couto Zuber Anger and frustration can take

News
April 12, 2021  

Rapid screening pilot program to launch in Waterloo, Ont.

Point-of-care tests intended to keep workers safe in small- and medium sized businesses

News
April 12, 2021  

Ontario schools to move online next week after spring break

No timetable given for return to in-person learning

News
April 9, 2021  

British Columbia targets workplace outbreaks, sets daily record of COVID-19 cases

New order will expedite temporary closures when three or more employees have tested positive

Feature
April 8, 2021  

How to keep your employees engaged in health and safety

Strategies on keeping OH&S top of mind for your workforce

News
April 8, 2021  

COVID-19 stay-at-home order takes effect across Ontario

Understanding how restrictions affect retail, schools, work settings

Feature
April 8, 2021  

What employers can learn from the NBA about returning to work amid COVID-19

Outlining strategies on continued absences, vaccinations

News
April 8, 2021  

Ontario, Quebec address workforce vaccinations as infection rates rise

By Tara Deschamps TORONTO — Calls are growing for

News
April 8, 2021  

Quebec makes medical masks mandatory in workplaces, beginning Thursday

MONTREAL — Quebec’s workplace health and safety board will require that

News
April 7, 2021  

Ontario to issue four-week stay-at-home order starting Thursday: sources

Announcement expected from premier Wednesday afternoon

Voice
April 7, 2021  

Understanding the training dilemma

Considering strategies for better safety outcomes

Voice
April 5, 2021  

How to respond to complaints of workplace sexual harassment

Clear policies, swift action by employers essential

News
March 31, 2021  

Pandemic’s third wave hits people in their 20s, 30s, with more illness, and blame

By Cassandra Szklarski TORONTO — Working age Canadians have

Voice
March 31, 2021  

COVID-19 or not, these are your safety tenets

Hyper-focused on the pandemic? Don’t lose sight of all the other health and safety-related ‘to-dos’ on your list

News
March 30, 2021  

Canadians far more wary of AstraZeneca than other COVID-19 vaccines: poll

By Joan Bryden OTTAWA — Canadians are much more

News
March 30, 2021  

Quebec health minister says province firmly in third wave of COVID-19

Instead of focusing on daily case counts, government will closely monitor hospitalizations