Guidance and Insights
The annual OHS Insider’s Due Diligence Scorecard discusses 9 reported safety cases decided since Sept. 2015 and the 13 lessons we’ve drawn from these cases.
It’s no wonder that this man slipped and fell in this icy company parking lot. What should the company have done to prevent this slip-and-fall?
A disabled worker needs to wear custom safety footwear, which isn't CSA certified and violates the employer's PPE policy. What should the employer do?
This issue covers due diligence lessons, workers' negligent driving, preventing spread of the flu, protecting female workers and incident investigation kits.
What should these workers be wearing to protect themselves from cold stress while sanding this icy road? Learn how to protect workers in the winter.
A robust EHS program will support a due diligence defence if your company is faced with environmental offences as a result of a spill or other incident.
Millennials are thought to be hard to engage and even harder to keep interested. It may surprise you to learn most millennials WANT training.
This equipment is covered in grain dust. Yes, it’s messy but could it also pose a safety hazard? Learn about the impact of winter weather on such dust.
A worker's failure to follow safety protocols results in a train derailment and $600,000 in damage. But he passes a drug/alcohol test. Can he be fired?
In this webinar, lawyer Paul Lalonde will discuss the use of temporary workers and the various legal and practical issues it creates in the OHS sphere.