OHS Canada Magazine

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Occupational Hygiene

News
April 23, 2020  

Golf courses, retail stores, hairdressers could reopen in Saskatchewan in May

Government unveils 5-phase plan to kickstart economy

News
April 23, 2020  

Preventive measures at Alberta meat plants came too late to stop outbreaks

Toll of COVID-19 on meat-packing sector continues to grow

News
April 22, 2020  

Staff at Alberta meat plant scared of COVID-19, not showing up to work: union

$4 shift premium not enough to entice staff

News
April 21, 2020  

Trudeau promises stockpile policies to get overhaul to prevent waste

‘We need to make sure we have better protocols going forward’

Feature
April 17, 2020  

How to perform a proper N95 fit test

Employees requiring respirators must be properly fit tested

News
April 16, 2020  

CCOHS makes pandemic guidance tips available for free

Guidance meant for high-risk, essential workplaces during COVID-19

News
April 16, 2020  

Alberta dealing with outbreak at oilsands camp

Province nearing 2,000 total COVID-19 cases

Voice
April 15, 2020  

Protecting the front line needs to be priority No. 1

Safety experts can lead teams to quickly train and drill workers

News
April 15, 2020  

Health Canada warns against ‘fraudulent and unauthorized’ N95 masks

UPDATED: Verify product supply chain before purchase, lawyer urges

Product
April 14, 2020  

Halo band ensures physical distancing is maintained

Proxxi product vibrates when another wearer is within 6 feet

News
April 14, 2020  

Canadians want serious progress on COVID-19 before returning to work: poll

Projections show it could be mid-summer before first wave subsides

News
April 14, 2020  

Union ‘deeply troubled’ by lack of COVID-19 protection at Alberta meat plant

Cargill reduces shift following letter of complaint

Feature
April 9, 2020  

Millennial desires reshape safety glasses market

Product enhancements focus on what workers want

News
April 6, 2020  

3M makes deal with White House, says Canada will continue to receive N95 masks

Trump declares end to his spat with Minnesota-based company

News
April 6, 2020  

Canada looking to disinfect used masks; Tam asks they not be thrown away

‘It is one of the most important and I think worthwhile lines of pursuit for PPE right now’

News
April 5, 2020  

Advocates warn of ‘disaster’ if more protections not given to migrant workers

14 Kelowna nursery staff test positive for COVID-19

News
April 5, 2020  

Trudeau to talk to Trump about COVID masks after White House bars export

Pulp for masks stems from B.C. mill in Nanaimo

News
April 3, 2020  

Quebec in the thick of fight for essential medical equipment to fight COVID-19

Current stockpile will last about a week, says premier

News
April 3, 2020  

Canada facing ‘major’ medical gear shortage as 68 countries restrict exports

Feds have spoken with nearly 3,000 companies to secure PPE

News
April 1, 2020  

Manitoba health workers may have to self-isolate after colleagues test positive

Province investigating how employees may have contracted virus on job