Ontario concrete company fined $175,000 in worker’s death
Employer failed to follow manufacturer’s requirements
Investigators lay safety violation charges in death at Halifax site
Foreman accused of falsifying information regarding 2018 rooftop plummet
New health and safety requirements required for contract bids in Vaughan, Ont.
City will require certification for new construction contracts as of March
Tech trends will dominate safety profession in 2020 – and beyond
Adopting more technology should be a resolution for all OHS professionals
Mental health is the foundation of workplace safety
Physical and psychological health are both a part of safety culture
Illinois sees first legal sales of recreational marijuana
As of Jan. 1, 11 U.S. states now allow cannabis use
Year in review: our most-read stories for 2019
Workplace violence, fatalities remain in safety spotlight
Quebec raises legal age for cannabis to 21, the strictest in the country
Critics aren’t sure legal measures will have intended effect
Manitoba government’s oversight of commercial vehicles inadequate: auditor
‘Better practices found in other jurisdictions … are absent in Manitoba’
Alberta no longer requires JHSCs at every worksite
New rules reduce administrative burden: minister
Quebec politician files police complaint over hateful online messages
Christine Labrie raised issue of internet abuse in legislature last month
Edibles add new wrinkle to safety landscape
Vast differences between smoked cannabis and newly legal products
Appeal Court rules against suspending Quebec’s religious symbols ban
All judges acknowledged harm may be serious for teachers wearing hijab
Ontario contractor hit with $150,000 fine after excavation fatality
Company pled guilty to 2018 incident
Saskatchewan introduces strategy to reduce serious workplace injuries, deaths
2,400 provincial workers are seriously hurt each year
In defence of whistleblowers
Most Canadian whistleblowing legislation is ineffective, requiring users to clear a number of hurdles, says an expert.
Does Quebec’s unique winter-tire law make roads safer?
Drivers without proper tires face $300 fine
Protecting minds a priority in changing times
In a world where the only constant is change, mental health has simultaneously become the fastest-growing category of disability in the workplace.
Tips for implementing mental-health policy
‘Invisible’ disabilities have equal human rights protections in the workplace.
Ontario government introduces new measures to combat bullying in schools
Teachers will be trained in de-escalation techniques