OHS Canada Magazine

Occupational Hygiene

November 2, 2020  

Accident prevention makes financial sense for golf courses

Costs associated with incidents can be astronomical: expert

October 19, 2020  

Ear protection in a physically distant time

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

October 16, 2020  

Milton courthouse closes in-person hearings for mould investigation

Investigation required after repeated discovery

October 15, 2020  

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

Hamilton fitness studio connected to 69 cases of COVID-19

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

September 30, 2020  

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

Medical association hoping to avoid ‘twin epidemic’

September 25, 2020  

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

The world and the workplace have changed due to

June 26, 2020  

Canada almost self-sufficient in PPE as Canadian businesses step up: PM

Companies producing masks, gowns, ventilators, sanitizer

June 17, 2020  

Cleaning up after COVID-19

Industrial cleaners will play important role in reopening businesses

June 8, 2020  

Bradley offers touchless faucets, soap dispensers

Touch-free washrooms provide advanced handwashing experience

May 29, 2020  

Canadian safety institute celebrates 1-year anniversary

CISWP efforts meant to improve health, productivity of workforce

May 14, 2020  

Masks and closed fitting rooms: Reopened retail to look vastly different

Coronavirus expected to have lasting impact on retail

May 13, 2020  

Non-medical masks can help when physical distancing not possible: Tam

Trudeau urges Canadians to remain careful as things gradually reopen

May 12, 2020  

Taking the long view on COVID-19

What will the pandemic’s long-term impact be on emergency workers?

May 7, 2020  

Companies beef up COVID-19 measures with masks, temperature checks

Longo’s shoppers now required to wear face masks

May 5, 2020  

Alberta meat plant reopens on same day as memorial for Cargill worker

Beef-packing plant closed April 20 after COVID-19 spike

May 3, 2020  

English school boards can’t refuse to reopen, Quebec education minister says

Provincial government will decide when school year resumes

May 3, 2020  

RCMP to draft national policy for emergency alerts after N.S. shootings

Experts say authorities must strike delicate balance

May 1, 2020  

Rise of the robots

Technology increasingly assuming risks of most dangerous tasks

April 23, 2020  

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

Government unveils 5-phase plan to kickstart economy