There are two crucial elements to include: i. A description of what/who a supervisor is; and ii. A list of the supervisor’s basic responsibilities based on the supervisors’ duties section of your province’s OHS Act.
Guidance and Insights
Date: August 23, 2017 Time: 9am-10am PST Speaker: Natae Bugg, MS, CSP, Chief Safety Officer, Bongarde Register: Click Here Aside from going digital, safety training really hasn’t changed...
Date: July 19, 2017 Slides Click here Speaker: Matthew Allen, M.Eng., P.Eng. [vimeo 226182684 w=640 h=360] The presentation will review the elements of managing confined spaces in industrial...
In this issue, we discuss near miss management, medical marijuana, new commercial fishing vessel safety regulations and earthquake preparedness.
This webinar will help you understand and manage the many workplace legal risks associated with marijuana and other substances, legal and otherwise.
When does a safety sign sufficiently warn of the related hazard? Here’s a look at two cases that turn on the sufficiency of safety signage.
A roundup of new legislation, regulations, government announcements, court cases and arbitration rulings
This infographic shows how much time Canadians spend in the sun, the sun protection they use and the average levels of UV radiation across the country.
This special report, our second of 2017, contains the most recent environmental compliance articles, laws, cases, tools, etc. from the website.
What’s preventing these extension ladders from slipping off the very narrow scaffold platform? Learn how to protect workers using such equipment.
This index lists all articles published in the OHS Insider monthly newsletter from January through June 2017. All articles are also available online.