OHS Canada Magazine

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Occupational Hygiene

Voice
January 6, 2020  

How 5G advanced wireless technology affects lone-worker safety

Improvements to broadband will aid mobile connections

News
December 31, 2019  

Lengthy rescue in Regina rail yard when man caught in grain-loading equipment

Worker suffered serious leg injuries

News
December 31, 2019  

Year in review: our most-read stories for 2019

Workplace violence, fatalities remain in safety spotlight

News
December 30, 2019  

Man dies after being trapped in grain mixer near Saskatoon

Fire department cut open mixer to free victim

News
December 30, 2019  

BC Ferries crew went overboard after rescue boats replaced: TSB review

Safety management system failed to identify hazards

News
December 30, 2019  

Ontario company fined $85,000 in death of mechanic from air-spring mishap

Worker was killed by shrapnel following 2018 explosion

Feature
December 19, 2019  

Climate change brings the heat

Rising temperature puts safety of outdoor workers in spotlight

Product
December 12, 2019  

AirGUARDZ mask includes smart fan for active cooling

Powerful airflow eliminates carbon dioxide buildup

News
December 4, 2019  

8 tips for ladder safety this holiday season

In 2018, more than 1,000 claims were a result of falls in British Columbia

News
December 4, 2019  

Saskatchewan introduces strategy to reduce serious workplace injuries, deaths

2,400 provincial workers are seriously hurt each year

News
December 3, 2019  

B.C. sawmill explosions report calls for more investigative independence

Confidential database needed for workers to report infractions: lawyer

Product
November 25, 2019  

PROXXI band alerts workers to high voltage

Warnings are highly intrusive, consisting of strong vibrations and audible alerts

News
September 26, 2019  

Politician who made inappropriate remarks now says he’s learned his lesson

Rick Wowchuk has apologized to caucus and individuals involved

News
July 12, 2019  

Cousins who were best friends dead from carbon monoxide gas in Saskatchewan home

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. – Two young cousins are dead

News
June 18, 2019  

Low levels of THC in marijuana don’t increase crashes: study

VANCOUVER – Smoking marijuana containing low levels of the

Voice
June 14, 2019  

The Battle Over Vaccines

Workplace safety in the Digital Era never fails to

News
April 25, 2019  

Early data suggests no post legalization spike in drug impaired driving charges

VANCOUVER – Canadian police say they haven’t been busting

News
April 22, 2019  

Patients at Richmond Hill, Ont., wellness centre could have been exposed to measles

RICHMOND HILL, Ont. – Health officials say people who

Product
April 17, 2019  

Canadian initiative designed to improve hearing goes global

TORONTO, Feb. 21, 2018 /CNW/ – Global hearing care

News
April 17, 2019  

When loud is too loud: How workplace noise affects workers’ health

Low or moderate noise levels in an office may