OHS Canada Magazine

Category
Occupational Hygiene

Voice
January 10, 2021  

Why a mask and social distancing are still needed, even if you get the shot

Citizens must be patient with vaccine’s effect on herd immunity

Feature
January 4, 2021  

Health experts urge more preventive action to curb aerosol spread of COVID-19

MONTREAL — Hundreds of scientists, doctors and other health experts from

News
December 17, 2020  

Scallop dragger sinking: Another wave of grief hits Nova Scotia

Search for fishermen in Bay of Fundy called off

Feature
December 16, 2020  

Understanding cancer in the workplace

Using science to determine the work-relatedness of the disease

News
December 14, 2020  

Rollout begins: The basics of Canada’s first COVID-19 vaccine doses

Pfizer product has arrived in Ontario, Quebec

News
December 14, 2020  

Two construction workers dead following building collapse in London, Ont.

Body of second worker recovered from rubble

Feature
December 10, 2020  

Pandemic shakes up gloves market

Hand protection was not immune to COVID-19, with shifts in buyer habits and spikes in demand for single-use options

News
December 10, 2020  

Toronto education workers call for expansion of asymptomatic testing pilot

Toronto education workers are calling on municipal and provincial

News
December 7, 2020  

Legalizing cannabis? U.S. safety council calls on lawmakers to consider workplace impacts

U.S. House passes Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act

Feature
December 7, 2020  

Making home offices work

Outlining best practices in ergonomic safety for remote workers

Product
December 4, 2020  

Plantiga partners to build AI-powered occupational footwear

Collaboration will accelerate data collection, improve predictive injury and fall risk models

News
December 2, 2020  

N.S. first responders launch education site on trauma amid year of COVID, violence

HALIFAX — A new website is launching today to

News
November 25, 2020  

Health-care staff talk of devastating COVID toll on working conditions, mental health

By Colin Perkel TORONTO — Anxiety-ridden and overworked health-care

Feature
November 2, 2020  

Accident prevention makes financial sense for golf courses

Costs associated with incidents can be astronomical: expert

Feature
October 19, 2020  

Ear protection in a physically distant time

Hygiene, comfort critical in purchase and use of earplugs, earmuffs

News
October 16, 2020  

Milton courthouse closes in-person hearings for mould investigation

Investigation required after repeated discovery

Feature
October 15, 2020  

Panting, spewing droplets, poor ventilation: What makes gyms a superspreading risk

Hamilton fitness studio connected to 69 cases of COVID-19

Feature
October 9, 2020  

Occupational hygiene holds important place within profession

Occupational hygienists focus on hazards that may not have immediate outcomes, but may lead to serious consequences

News
September 30, 2020  

Survey finds doctors worry supplies of flu vaccine, PPE will lag demand

Medical association hoping to avoid ‘twin epidemic’

News
September 25, 2020  

WEBINAR: Advanced hearing protection and communication solutions for a changing world

The world and the workplace have changed due to