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Federal Court Confirms Importance of the Precautionary Principle


The precautionary principle advocates taking steps to protect the environment, even if there’s no consensus on the threat. A federal decision confirms this principle’s importance.

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Italian Criminal Court Convicts Managers for Workers’ Deaths from Asbestos


An Italian court just sentenced 11 former managers of a tire company to jail for the asbestos-related deaths of some 20 workers. Learn more about this case.

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Pledge Not to Leave Your Dogs in Hot Cars this Summer


Heat stress is a danger to humans and pets. So pledge not to leave your pets in hot cars, where they can be overcome with heat stress and even die.

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Toronto Incident Shows Potential for Violence when Firing a Worker


A worker who’s just been fired can respond violently. For example, a Toronto man is on trial now for stabbing four people after he was fired.

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Third Report on Exposure of Canadians to Environmental Chemicals Released


Health Canada just released its 3rd report of data on the exposure of Canadians to environmental chemicals, such as mercury, and VOCs, such as benzene.

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Results of EU-OSHA Survey on OHS Management Released


EU-OSHA just released the results of a survey of almost 50,000 enterprises on OSH management and workplace risks. Here are some of its key findings.

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Project Manager Convicted of Criminal Negligence in Christmas Eve Scaffolding Collapse


The collapse of a swing stage in 2009 resulted in the deaths of 4 workers. A court just convicted the project manager of criminal negligence for this incident.

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Worker Charged with Murder in Stabbing Deaths at AB Work Camp


A worker was just charged with murder for stabbing two people to death at an Alberta work camp. Learn how to protect workers in such remote locations.

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Make Sure You Protect Your Workers Overseas


An employer’s duty to protect the health and safety of its workers doesn’t end at the Canadian border. You must also protect workers when they’re overseas.

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Does Due Diligence Apply to Administrative Monetary Penalties for Environmental Violations?


Due diligence is generally a defence to environmental violations. But if a company is issued an AMP for such an offence, can it still argue due diligence?

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