OHS Canada Magazine

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News
December 11, 2019  

We will not tolerate abusive behaviour: NHL commissioner

Gary Bettman announces 4-point plan aimed at psychological safety

News
December 4, 2019  

8 tips for ladder safety this holiday season

In 2018, more than 1,000 claims were a result of falls in British Columbia

Voice
December 3, 2019  

Navigating the new world of safety communications

Emerging technology is affecting traditional approaches to safety management

Feature
November 29, 2019  

Protecting minds a priority in changing times

In a world where the only constant is change, mental health has simultaneously become the fastest-growing category of disability in the workplace.

Voice
November 28, 2019  

Women’s safety society working towards a better future

Much work remains in male-dominated OHS profession: chair

News
November 27, 2019  

Ryerson University opens state-of-the-art building for OHS students

Next generation of safety professionals will get dedicated lab spaces

News
November 26, 2019  

Working at heights is top risk in greenhouse safety

WSPS studies promote evidence-based decision making in Ontario

Voice
November 22, 2019  

Too often, it’s still ‘safety second’

Properly equipping and protecting workers should always be priority No. 1

News
November 21, 2019  

Alberta overhauls workplace rules for farms; small operations to be exempt

Proposed legislation reverses many rules put in place by NDP government

News
November 19, 2019  

Toyota worker’s suicide ruled work-related after harassment

Deceased was repeatedly called an ‘idiot’ by his boss: lawyer

News
November 15, 2019  

Workplace safety top priority for Ontario labour minister

Program rewarding safe employers to launch this month: McNaughton

News
November 8, 2019  

Landscape company fined $45,000 after worker falls from ladder with chainsaw running

2018 incident in Muskoka left two workers injured

News
November 6, 2019  

Ontario students empowered with lifesaving CPR skills

ACT Foundation leads workshop to kick off CPR month

News
November 4, 2019  

Safety measures urged ahead of Take Our Kids to Work Day

Canadian workplaces will open to Grade 9 students on Nov. 6

News
November 4, 2019  

Amazon funding supports U.S. female safety professionals

US$125,000 to aid career advancement

News
October 31, 2019  

Quebecers will soon have to be at least 21 years old to legally consume cannabis

Change intended to protect youth, says junior health minister

News
October 12, 2019  

P.E.I. campaign aims to reduce construction accidents

Officers to ensure workers are wearing proper equipment

News
October 9, 2019  

Compassionate ‘zero-suicide’ prevention on campuses urgently needed

Canadian universities must respond to mental health issues: experts

News
October 8, 2019  

Normalizing mental health key to preventing police suicides: report

Efforts should begin prior to recruitment, extend through officers’ careers

Product
August 14, 2019  

Building Safer Trades: Free practical safety training and information

August 13, 2019 — The Saskatchewan Safety Council and