Adapt this handout and use it as part of your worker training on WHMIS 2015 and how the new system classifies hazards.
Guidance and Insights
Based on these pictures, how do you think the fire at this construction site started? Learn how to safety use portable heaters in your workplace.
Here's a look at the requirements and limits in the OHS laws across Canada on workers' wearing contact lenses on the job.
Training is a key factor in a safety program. Effective training reduces injury and incidents rates by raising awareness of hazards and safe work practices.
What key safety measure should be used when equipment such as this excavator is reversed? Learn what happened to lead to this scene.
A roundup of important new legislation, regulations, court cases and board rulings that we covered in the OHS Insider monthly newsletter and online in 2016.
In this issue, we cover OHS program audits, SDS updates under WHMIS 2015, CEOs and safety culture, and protecting temporary workers.
It's critical that you get, consult and keep on hand the operator’s manuals for all machinery and equipment in your workplace.
What do you think happened to the plant manager who was walking by this stack of metal beams when it toppled over?
Here’s what the OHS laws in your jurisdiction say about OHS program audits or reviews
Here are the key facts that you need to know about auditing your OHS program and why you should conduct such regular reviews.