Changes to the Canada Labour Code that affect work refusals and impact federally-regulated workplaces will take effect on Oct. 31, 2014.
Does this scaffolding look like the work of a competent supervisor? Take 3 steps to ensure your supervisors are competent.
Removal of an oil tank contaminates the soil. Who should pay for the cleanup: the seller of the land, the current owner, the company that removed the tank or the insurer?
Glenn French, President & CEO of the Canadian Initiative on Workplace Violence, explains what threat assessment teams are, why you may want one and how they work.
Work-related MSIs are declining in Ontario, according to a study by the Institute for Work & Health recently published by the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Here’s an overview of a report by the G9 Offshore Wind Health and Safety Association on worker injuries in 2013.
Adapt this plan for your workplace and OHS requirements, and ensure that workers at risk of accidental exposure to infectious illnesses are trained on it.