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Health & Safety

May 17, 2024
The dark side of the psychological health and safety conversation

Health & Safety

May 15, 2024
Ontario to change how it compensates injured migrant workers

Health & Safety

May 14, 2024
Electrical Safety Authority urges vigilance after 50 per cent jump in powerline fatalities

Workers Compensation

May 10, 2024
WCB Nova Scotia reports year-over-year improvement in workplace injury rate

Health & Safety

May 9, 2024
City of Prince Albert fined $95K after worker injured in fall

Health & Safety

May 6, 2024
Nearly 270 farm-related power line incidents last year: SaskPower

Health & Safety

May 3, 2024
Alberta company ordered to pay nearly $360K to Energy Safety Canada in ‘creative sentence’

Health & Safety

May 2, 2024
Deadline looming for Saskatchewan employers to draft violence policies

Health & Safety

May 2, 2024
Ontario suspends chemical plant approval over benzene emissions

Health & Safety

April 29, 2024
Deadly distraction: Supervisor, company convicted after Alberta worker struck and killed

Health & Safety

April 26, 2024
Pausing to remember: Marking the National Day of Mourning

Legislation

April 25, 2024
Ontario to do away with sick note requirement for short absences

Health & Safety

April 25, 2024
Westpower Equipment fined $330,000 after crane operator killed in Calgary

Health & Safety

April 22, 2024
Workplace fatalities drop in Nova Scotia, but numbers still a ‘sobering reminder’

Health & Safety

April 22, 2024
UN labour agency report warns of rising threat of excess heat, climate change on world’s workers

April 19, 2024
Untrained and alone: Sharing the story of Ian’s workplace death on the 25th anniversary