You might not think of yourself as an employer, But if you hire someone to work around your house, you may be an employer under the OHS and workers’ comp laws.
This chart shows the types of information employers in general are required to post in the workplace under the OHS laws in each jurisdiction.
A worker backs a truck into a guardrail, cracking the tail light. He doesn’t immediately report the incident. Can you make him take a drug/alcohol test?
Use this form to document the workers who’ve received training on lockout/tagout procedures and what that training covered.
Is caution tape sufficient protection around this floor opening?
This infographic from the CDC shows how to protect workers from heat stress with an acclimatization plan.
Here are the key principles that can help make your return-to-work program a success.