To help identify and assess potential controls for RSI-related risk factors for a specific task or job, consider the questions in this checklist.
Guidance and Insights
This issue covers topics such as administrative monetary penalties, safety rules on how workers wear their shirts, confined spaces and new JHSC rules in BC.
If you glance at this picture, you may think the workers are adequately protected. But when you look closer, what PPE errors have they made?
Administrative monetary penalties for OHS violations are becoming more common. So here are answers to nine frequently asked questions about AMPs.
Here’s the basic information on administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) under the OHS laws in each jurisdiction.
This photo depicts several safety hazards. How many can you spot?
Every few months, we compile the most recent environmental articles, cases, tools, etc. from the website into a special report. This report is our first for 2017.
Training is a key factor in a safety program. Effective training reduces injury and incident rates by raising awareness of hazards and safe work practices.
A temporary worker commits 2 safety infractions, including violating lockout procedures. Does the employer need and have just cause to fire him?
Is the worker operating the bulldozer trying to bury his co-worker in the trench? And why isn’t the man in the hat stopping him?
This webinar provides an overview of employer obligations in relation to workplace bullying and harassment, with an emphasis on BC’s laws.