Victim died on scene after co-workers found him
Twelve per cent of positions unfilled nationwide
The legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada came closer to reality on April 13, when the Justin Trudeau government introduced the Cannabis Act, or Bill C-45. While pot users across the country applaud the move, others have raised concerns about the effect that the proposed legislation would have on workplace safety.
Occupational cancers represent more than half of all work-related disease cases in established market economies, and global estimates of fatal occupational diseases put cancer as the top killer after circulatory disease and work accidents. These are some of the grim…
Victim sent to trauma facility
But N.S. government says no miners’ lives were at risk
Transport Canada says crew, passengers were not at risk
Victim of Calgary accident originally from P.E.I.
Institute launched at St. John’s summit
One worker hospitalized after conveyor-belt mishap
Union continues to receive reports from members
Lower threshold part of overall asbestos strategy
Workers in Ottawa region claim exhaust leaks
Nearly nine in ten teachers have experienced or seen violence
Inspectors to raise awareness of disease
Province maintains Canada’s lowest lost-time injury rate
More than 60 per cent of nurses experienced violence over past year
Forbes employees hailed from Saskatchewan, Ontario
Digital technology has given rise to new business models like Uber and Airbnb. But unlike traditional taxi companies and hotel chains, which are subject to workplace-safety laws, these new kids on the block have largely evaded the regulatory framework. How can legislation play catch-up and bridge the safety gap?
When a workplace injury happens in Ontario, the employer’s joint health and safety committee (JHSC) plays a key role in collecting information and conducting a preliminary investigation so that a report can be prepared and sent to the provincial labour…