WorkSafeBC’s OHS regulatory agenda for 2018-19
Guidance and Insights
For several years, Nova Scotia Power has run a successful mercury diversion program earning air quality credits to offset excessive emissions
$1,000 OHS fine wouldn’t rate its own item in the CASES section of our Month in Review.
As expected, workplace drug use was discussed during the GNWT’s recent public review on implementing legalized cannabis within the Territories.
If you’re an injured worker getting workers’ comp benefits and your chiropractor demands that you pay out-of-pocket starting today, don’t do it.
A train carrying 7.7 million litres of crude oil travelling at 104 km/hour derailed in the small Québec town of Lac-Mégantic, killing 47 and causing a number of fires and explosions.
Consultations are underway on a plan to make workplace violence prevention an express duty under OHS laws.
Key tactics in SAFE Work Manitoba’s new 5-year plan for preventing occupational illnesses.
A worker lost 2 fingers when the lumber splicing machine he was placing truss plates into unexpectedly started up.
Work Plan Fails, a dairy checker wanted to return to work after suffering a work injury but the company couldn’t find him a position suitable for his capacities.
British Columbia, reminder that new OHS regulations take effect requiring employers to ensure that storage racks f 2.4 metres or higher.