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Employees in the professional sports industry face a myriad of dangers: from being caught in the crossfire as pucks and balls go whizzing by, to dodging hulking athletes and being on the receiving end of unruly players and frustrated fans. But…
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THUNDER BAY, Ont. (Canadian OH&S News)
The women working in the heart of the automotive district in southern Ontario are unlike any other autoworkers in the world.
TORONTO (Canadian OH&S News)
YARMOUTH, N.S. (Canadian OH&S News)
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FEDERAL (Canadian OH&S News)
The Quebec government’s recent announcement of a $58-million infusion to breathe life into Canada’s beleaguered asbestos industry has drawn outrage from various quarters.
For a dust explosion to occur, everything has to be lined up just right. Unlike a fire, which can be started by a trio of elements — fuel, an ignition source and oxygen — a dust explosion can occur only if a pentagon comprising two…
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MARYSTOWN, Nfld (Canadian OH&S News)
Within a couple months of relocating to an open-concept office space last October, Michael De Monte had noticed significant changes in the social dynamics among employees.
WINNIPEG (Canadian OH&S News)
It may have been a flood; perhaps even a hurricane. The potential for harm from temporary fury unleashed is clear: downed communication devices, damaged infrastructure, and losses of productivity and resources.
To some, it is a constant buzzing in their ears; for others, it is a sort of whistling, humming or even the usually calming sounds made by crickets.