The precautionary principle advocates taking steps to protect the environment, even if there’s no consensus on the threat. A federal decision confirms this principle’s importance.
What do you think happened to the bricklayer who fell through this skylight? Learn how to protect workers from falls through openings.
Although fines are the usual penalty for OHS offences, courts may also be able to impose creative sentences. Here’s what the OHS laws say about such sentences.
Adapt this checklist for your fall protection equipment, the requirements in your OHS laws and the manufacturer’s requirements or recommendations.
Can an employer bar workers from smoking on-site and from leaving the property on breaks, effectively barring them from smoking during their shifts at all?
In this issue, learn how to protect workers handling materials, whether a COR proves due diligence and a creative sentence just imposed for OHS violations.
What key piece of safety equipment is this tire shredder missing?