OHS Canada Magazine

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Occupational Hygiene

News
January 24, 2020  

Driver saves kids from burning school bus near Cornwall, Ont.

Maternal instincts kicked in, says 61-year-old employee

News
January 24, 2020  

PODCAST: Data sharing protects workers

When it comes to safety, there should be no competitive advantage

News
January 23, 2020  

Canadian public-health agencies ramping up preparations in response to new virus

Coronavirus has killed 17 in China; 5 in Quebec under surveillance

News
January 23, 2020  

‘Fluid’ situation in St. John’s, nearing a week under state of emergency 

400 army personnel helping provincial capital to dig out

News
January 23, 2020  

Ontario concrete company fined $175,000 in worker’s death

Employer failed to follow manufacturer’s requirements

News
January 21, 2020  

Edmonton liquor store looks to ID-scanning technology to combat thefts

UPDATED: Alberta’s privacy commissioner considers investigation into decision

Voice
January 16, 2020  

Considering ergonomics could make all the difference

Fitting the work environment to the worker is critical to safety success

News
January 16, 2020  

Extreme cold snap blanketing much of northern Canada

Icy temperatures not expected to relent for days

News
January 15, 2020  

Canadians expect to use tailored tactics to battle Australia blazes

Sixth wave of reinforcements flying out this week

News
January 15, 2020  

Grade 12 student dies as flu season in Manitoba takes hold

More than 30 have been hospitalized in province since September

Voice
January 14, 2020  

Exploring the most common hand injuries

We take our hands and fingers for granted – right up until we lose them

Product
January 13, 2020  

VanGripper promotes trailer-roof safety

Portable kit aids fall protection for work atop trailers

News
January 13, 2020  

Investigators lay safety violation charges in death at Halifax site

Foreman accused of falsifying information regarding 2018 rooftop plummet

Voice
January 10, 2020  

8 reasons to consider safety perception surveys

Measuring the human factor is critical in sustaining quality OHS programming

News
January 9, 2020  

New health and safety requirements required for contract bids in Vaughan, Ont.

City will require certification for new construction contracts as of March

News
January 8, 2020  

Ontario lumber mill fined $250,000 following fatality

Worker died after being pinned by loader in 2018

News
January 7, 2020  

Report urges TTC to take action on subway air quality following worker complaint

System remains safe to ride: chief medical officer

Voice
January 6, 2020  

Tech trends will dominate safety profession in 2020 – and beyond

Adopting more technology should be a resolution for all OHS professionals

Voice
January 6, 2020  

Mental health is the foundation of workplace safety

Physical and psychological health are both a part of safety culture

News
January 6, 2020  

Killing of Iranian general sparks concerns for safety of Canadian troops

Up to 850 Canadian Forces are authorized for deployment in Middle East