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mourning

Mourn Workers Killed or Injured on the Job on April 28, 2015


April 28 is the International Day of Mourning, a day to remember and honour those who’ve been injured or killed on the job. So what is your company doing that day?

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Give Your Workers 10 Tips for Safe Motorcycling Driving


Now that it’s spring, help keep your workers safe on the road by giving them these 10 tips for safe motorcycle riding.

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Company that Met or Exceeded Industry Standards Still Found Guilty of OHS Charges


A recent ON case shows that an excellent safety program may not be enough to defeat OHS charges if you fail to properly address even one particular hazard.

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scaffolding

The Materials You Use to Build Scaffolds Matter


If you use the wrong kind of wood for the planks on scaffolds, the planks may be unable to hold the load placed on them and so endanger workers.

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Learn about WHMIS 2015 at Our Free Webinar on May 6, 2015


Attend our FREE webinar on May 6, 2015 to learn what Canadian employers need to know about the new WHMIS 2015 and its requirements.

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Coroner’s Inquest into Skylight Fatality Releases Recommendations


A coroner’s inquest into a young worker’s fatal fall through a skylight has resulted in recommendations on preventing such falls. Here’s at look at them.

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contaminated land

BC Case Illustrates Difficulty in Proving ‘Innocent Acquisition’ Defence


Proving that you innocently bought contaminated property as a defence in a lawsuit for remediation costs isn’t as easy as you may think.

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workerfelloffladder

Failing to Learn from Fatality Endangers Other Workers


Failing to learn from safety incidents can not only lead to violations and fines but also endangers other workers. That’s the mistake a US employer made.

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15% of Workplaces Have Been Subjected to a Coroner’s Inquest or Fatality Inquiry


In a poll, 15% said their workplaces have been subjected to a coroner’s inquest or fatality inquiry. Would you be prepared if yours was subjected to one?

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working at heights

Ontario’s Working at Heights Training Standards Now in Effect


As of April 1, construction workers in Ontario who use fall protection must complete training that satisfies the new working at heights training standards.

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