OHS Canada Magazine

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Voice
June 13, 2022  

Be clear on your workplace mental health north star

EDITOR’S NOTE: ‘Mental Fitness: The next frontier in workplace

Voice
June 6, 2022  

Practicing forgiveness fosters learning in the workplace

EDITOR’S NOTE: ‘Psychologically Safe Leadership: Strategies for facilitating mental

Voice
June 2, 2022  

The benefits of chasing purpose over happiness

EDITOR’S NOTE: ‘Mental Fitness: The next frontier in workplace

News
June 1, 2022  

New Respectful Workplace Policy released by Alberta Premier’s Office

A new Respectful Workplace Policy has been released by

Voice
May 30, 2022  

Two years after COVID, a renewed focus on corporate mental health efforts

By Christopher Reynolds Over 26 months into a gruelling

News
May 30, 2022  

Journalists face ‘alarming’ levels of stress, trauma and harassment, report suggests

Members of Canada’s news industry are suffering “alarming” levels

News
May 30, 2022  

Over 7,000 young workers injured on the job: WorkSafeBC

In 2021, WorkSafeBC reported accepting 7,125 claims related to

News
May 30, 2022  

Saskwatchewan promotes inclusion, celebrates National AccessAbility Week

The Government of Saskatchewan is joining provinces across the

News
May 27, 2022  

One person dead after ammonia leak at ice-making business in Kamloops, B.C.

An employee at an ice-making business in Kamloops, B.C.,

Feature
May 24, 2022  

Canadian study finds links between air pollution and severity of COVID 19 infection

By Bob Weber An extensive study of thousands of

News
May 24, 2022  

WOHSS appoints new executives, welcomes chairperson and vice chairperson

The Women in Occupational Health and Safety Society (WOHSS)

News
May 24, 2022  

Federal corrections must improve workplace for parole officers’ mental health: Report

By Erika Ibrahim A new report calls on federal

News
May 24, 2022  

‘CSIS is broken,’ lawyer says in support of spy service employee’s claim

By Jim Bronskill Lawyers for a Canadian Security Intelligence

Voice
May 18, 2022  

Fear-based workplace can hinder productivity – leaders play a role to fix it

“The aim of leadership is not merely to find and record failures of men, but to remove the causes of failure…”

News
May 16, 2022  

Tour bus company in Alberta faces charges under OHS Act after fatal icefield crash

On July 18, 2020, an Ice Explorer bus rolled

News
May 5, 2022  

Automotive company slapped with $60K fine after worker critically injured

Futaba Industrial Ontario (FIO) Automotive Canada Corporation in Stratford,

Feature
May 2, 2022  

Trauma-informed workplaces facilitate psychological safety

Employers committed to putting the resources and attention towards

Voice
April 25, 2022  

Building healthy relationship skills supports men’s mental health

By John L. Oliffe, Professor and Canada Research Chair

News
April 18, 2022  

Alberta offer $1.5 million in grants to support first responders’ mental health

Alberta is offering grants to help support the mental

Voice
April 8, 2022  

Steel-toed shoes, distracted workers and a safety lesson

The first, and thankfully only, time I’ve witnessed a