OHS Canada Magazine

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Transportation

News
January 27, 2020  

Coronavirus reaches Ontario: two cases confirmed by public health officials

Risk remains low, says chief medical officer

News
January 24, 2020  

Driver saves kids from burning school bus near Cornwall, Ont.

Maternal instincts kicked in, says 61-year-old employee

News
January 20, 2020  

Manitoba group addresses road safety for workers

Plan offers free services, tools to employers

News
January 17, 2020  

Firefighter charged after fire truck hits 11-year-old girl in Toronto

Victim was walking across the street via crosswalk

News
January 16, 2020  

Extreme cold snap blanketing much of northern Canada

Icy temperatures not expected to relent for days

Product
January 13, 2020  

VanGripper promotes trailer-roof safety

Portable kit aids fall protection for work atop trailers

News
January 7, 2020  

Both drivers dead after tractor trailer, snowplow collide in northern Ontario

Late-night crash occurred on Highway 17

News
January 7, 2020  

Report urges TTC to take action on subway air quality following worker complaint

System remains safe to ride: chief medical officer

Voice
January 6, 2020  

Tech trends will dominate safety profession in 2020 – and beyond

Adopting more technology should be a resolution for all OHS professionals

News
December 31, 2019  

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

Worker suffered serious leg injuries

News
December 30, 2019  

Manitoba government’s oversight of commercial vehicles inadequate: auditor

‘Better practices found in other jurisdictions … are absent in Manitoba’

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

News
December 11, 2019  

Cape Breton police charge three officers after cop-car collisions

Trio will undergo training to correct, strengthen driving behaviours

News
December 10, 2019  

‘We were very scared’: woman describes fiery train derailment in Saskatchewan

Emergency crews, hazmat team respond to rural incident

News
December 5, 2019  

Fewer inspections keep unsafe commercial vehicles on Ontario’s roads: auditor

89,000 commercial trucks and buses were inspected in 2018

News
December 4, 2019  

Death of Canadian Pacific engineer highlight’s union safety concerns

10 fatalities in 2 years for rail industry in ‘crisis’: president

News
December 2, 2019  

Does Quebec’s unique winter-tire law make roads safer?

Drivers without proper tires face $300 fine

News
December 2, 2019  

Former TTC worker launches case over air quality in Toronto’s subway system

Issue affects employees and transit users, says lawyer

News
November 26, 2019  

Saskatchewan police hand out record number of distracted-driving tickets

Majority of convictions for illegal cellphone use