A manager removed a safety device from a hopper because it slowed production. As a result, a temp worker died. What can we learn from this tragedy?
Here’s a look at two cases in which workers were fired for lying about injuries based on the results of video surveillance.
Give this handout to workers as part of a safety talk to educate them on the hazards posed by exposure to silica dust.
Storage requirements, safety orientation standards, OHS studies, new fines, new cases, and more in the August edition of OHSInsider.
What do you think went wrong here?
Is dust raised by use of a company’s parking lot a nuisance? Here are two cases in which courts considered that very question.
This chart shows the types of information employers in general are required to post in the workplace under the OHS laws in each jurisdiction.