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Health & Safety

January 24, 2024
LCBO’s Lilian Riad-Allen blends neuroscience with safety in innovative approach to OHS

Health & Safety

January 23, 2024
Roofing company in Kitchener, Ont., fined nearly $140,000 after worker killed in fall

Health & Safety

January 22, 2024
Union highlights ‘major problems’ in staffing U.S. diplomatic posts, cites violence and health-care concerns

Compliance & Enforcement

January 18, 2024
Court blasts health and safety manager for hiding her injury, WSIB claim from employer

Compliance & Enforcement

January 16, 2024
Poultry company fined $46,000 after workplace injury in Saskatchewan

Compliance & Enforcement

January 12, 2024
Industrial camp operator fined $200K by WorkSafeBC after worker found dead from COVID-19

Health & Safety

January 11, 2024
No perfect grades, but plenty of progress: NSC releases first-ever MSD Solutions Index Report

Health & Safety

January 10, 2024
Blast of arctic air over Western Canada prompts advisory from WorkSafeBC with temps plunging as low as -55C

Health & Safety

January 10, 2024
‘A scary thing’: New tool offers data, information on opioids in the workplace

Compliance & Enforcement

January 8, 2024
Foreman acquitted of criminal charge in death of worker who fell during store construction in Darmouth, N.S.

Health & Safety

January 8, 2024
Companies fined total of $400,000 in London, Ont., construction collapse that killed two workers

January 5, 2024
Canadian safety watchdog pitching in on probe into fatal Japan Airlines crash

Compliance & Enforcement

January 4, 2024
B.C. government fined $710K for unsafe wildfire mitigation work, plans to appeal ruling by WorkSafeBC

Compliance & Enforcement

January 3, 2024
Nutrien fined $200,000 after worker injured after stepping on unguarded floor opening

Compliance & Enforcement

January 2, 2024
Home Hardware store in Ontario fined $70,000 after worker struck by forklift

Health & Safety

January 1, 2024
Employers, injured workers in B.C. now have new legal duty to co-operate with each other and WorkSafeBC