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In Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), environmental considerations play a vital role in maintaining workplace health and safety. OHS guidelines emphasize the interconnectedness between workplace safety and the environment, highlighting the importance of minimizing the environmental impact of work activities to protect workers’ health. This involves managing hazardous materials responsibly, implementing waste management practices, and reducing emissions or pollutants that could affect both the environment and workers’ well-being. OHS initiatives also encourage sustainable practices, such as reducing energy consumption, promoting eco-friendly technologies, and creating a workspace that considers environmental factors to ensure a safer and healthier environment for workers while contributing to broader environmental conservation goals.

How to Create a Hazardous Spills Response Plan

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Environmental Management Procedure for a Commercial Lease

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The 6 things OHS directors need to know about the new cap-and-trade rules.

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Supreme Court Finds Bill C-69 Environmental Assessment Law Partly Unconstitutional

The federal government will have to rewrite parts of the Impact Assessment Act.

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Must a Parent Company Remediate the Pollution Done By Its Corporate Subsidiary?

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