OHS Canada Magazine



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August 25, 2023  

Criminal prosecutions appear to be rising for health and safety crimes: Norm Keith

August 19, 2023  

Bravery and loss: Facing safety challenges in a painful wildfire season

August 10, 2023  

Heavy logging, light risks: Keeping workers safe in high-risk environments means treating them like humans

August 3, 2023  

Keeping your team safe: Leadership tips for working with subcontractors

July 27, 2023  

‘Profoundly awful’ fire season: Firefighter killed while battling Donnie Creek wildfire in B.C.

July 14, 2023  

Quebec needs to do more to protect safety of road workers in wake of recent accidents: Union

July 14, 2023  

Two firefighters killed in 3 days battling wildfires in Canada

July 10, 2023  

Do you know your lone worker legislation? Tips to remain compliant for Canadians working solo

June 22, 2023  

Planning for the worksite of the future: AI, human expertise and multidisciplinary tactics

June 22, 2023  

Mining companies betting on autonomous technology to make dangerous jobs safer

June 16, 2023  

Contractor killed at Algoma Steel while cleaning out-of-service gas line, says company

June 9, 2023  

Asbestos abatement contractors in B.C. must be licensed starting in 2024

June 2, 2023  

Dofasco fined nearly $220,000 after worker injured at Hamilton steel plant

May 26, 2023  

Innovations in PPE: A look at new products designed to keep workers safe

May 19, 2023  

Crackproof: Inside Burnbrae Farms’ journey to a safety milestone

May 12, 2023  

Does OHS inspector misconduct reveal deeper problems?