2011 SAFETY COMPLIANCE INSIDER SEMI-ANNUAL INDEX

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This Index lists all articles published in the Safety Compliance Insider from Jan. to June 2011.

> ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS

Incident Response: How to Comply with TDGA Incident Reporting Requirements,” 05/11, p. 1.

Test Your OHS I.Q.: What Should You Say When an Inspector Asks for Your Incident Report?” 04/11, p. 7.

> BUSINESS CASE FOR SAFETY

5 Case Studies Provide Evidence that Companies Save Millions on Wellness Programs,” 03/11, p. 18.

’Psychologically Unsafe’ Workplaces Cost Companies Millions,” 05/11, p. 18.

Using Total Cost Assessment to Prove Value of Safety Initiatives,” 01/11, p. 18.

> C-45

Brief Your CEO: C-45: First Criminal Negligence Charges Brought Against Company Officials,” 02/11, p. 7.

> COMPLIANCE

Traps to Avoid: Following Industry Stacking Standards Instead of Legal Requirements,” 06/11, p. 8.

The Year in Compliance: C-45 Roars to Life, New OHS Laws Take Effect & Workplace Safety Gets Political,” 01/11, p. 1.

> CONFINED SPACES

Around the Provinces: Oxygen Limits in Confined Spaces,” 01/11, p. 20.

> DISCIPLINE

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Using Workers’ Personal Cell Phone Records to Enforce Driver Distraction Rules,” 06/11, p. 7.

Winners & Losers: Are Death Threats Grounds for Immediate Termination?” 06/11, p. 20.

> DUE DILIGENCE

Brief Your CEO: How Courts Determine Whether Companies Exercised Due Diligence,” 04/11, p. 8.

Traps to Avoid: Due Diligence: Giving Supervisors Too Much Discretion in Implementing Safety Policies,” 05/11, p. 8.

> ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE

Brief Your CEO: How Courts Determine Whether Companies Exercised Due Diligence,” 04/11, p. 8.

> HARASSMENT

Making the Business Case for Safety: ’Psychologically Unsafe’ Workplaces Cost Companies Millions,” 05/11, p. 18.

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Harassment: How Should an Employer Respond to a Harassment Complaint?” 01/11, p. 6.

> HAZARDS

Electrical Hazards: How to Comply with Restrictions on High Risk Electrical Work,” 05/11, p. 1.

Hazardous Substances: Complying with REACH Safety Data Sheet Requirements,” 04/11, p. 1.

Hazardous Substances: How to Comply with TDGA Training Requirements,” 01/11, p. 1.

Hazard Profile: Nanoparticles,” 06/11, p. 18.

Materials Handling: How to Protect Workers Moving or Storing Materials,” 06/11, p. 1.

TDGA: Update: Status of New TDGA Security Regulations,” 03/11, p. 7.

> INSPECTIONS

Test Your OHS I.Q.: What Should You Say When an Inspector Asks for Your Incident Report?” 04/11, p. 7.

Winners & Losers: Is a Government Action an ‘Inspection’ or an ‘Investigation’?” 02/11, p. 20.

> JHSC

Lawscape: Paying JHSC Members,” 04/11, p. 19.

> LAWS & REGULATIONS

Hazardous Substances: Complying with REACH Safety Data Sheet Requirements,” 04/11, p. 1.

TDGA: Update: Status of New TDGA Security Regulations,” 03/11, p. 7.

> LAWSCAPES

Paying JHSC Members,” 04/11, p. 19.

> LIABILITY

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Are Homeowners Liable for Injuries to Their Contractors?” 05/11, p. 7.

Winners & Losers: What Constitutes ‘Criminal Negligence’ by a Worker for a Safety Incident?” 03/11, p. 20.

> MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

Machinery & Equipment: Protecting Workers from Power Tool Hazards,” 04/11, p. 1.

> OFFICERS & DIRECTORS

Brief Your CEO: C-45: First Criminal Negligence Charges Brought Against Company Officials,” 02/11, p. 7.

Brief Your CEO: How Courts Determine Whether Companies Exercised Due Diligence,” 04/11, p. 8.

> PPE

PPE: Safety Footwear Requirements under OHS Laws,” 02/11, p. 1.

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Discrimination: Can You Ask a Worker to Remove His Turban & Wear a Hardhat?” 03/11, p. 6.

> SAFETY COORDINATORS

Member Profile: Kevin Laventure of Unitech Electrical Contracting Inc.,” 04/11, p. 6.

> SUPERVISORS

Supervisors: Who in Your Workplace Can Be Liable as a Supervisor?” 03/11, p. 1.

Traps to Avoid: Due Diligence: Giving Supervisors Too Much Discretion in Implementing Safety Policies,” 05/11, p. 8.

> TRAINING

Hazardous Substances: How to Comply with TDGA Training Requirements,” 01/11, p. 1.

Training Traps to Avoid: Training Workers on the Wrong Legal Requirements,” 02/11, p. 8.

> VIOLENCE

Making the Business Case for Safety: ’Psychologically Unsafe’ Workplaces Cost Companies Millions,” 05/11, p. 18.

Violence Refusals: Is Fear of Violence Valid Grounds for a Work Refusal?” 02/11, p. 1.

Winners & Losers: Are Death Threats Grounds for Immediate Termination?” 06/11, p. 20.

> WHMIS

Hazardous Substances: Complying with REACH Safety Data Sheet Requirements,” 04/11, p. 1.

Hazardous Substances: Does WHMIS Apply to ‘Consumer Products’ Like Cleaning Supplies and Glue?” 06/11, p. 1.

WHMIS & Hazardous Waste: How to Protect Workers,” 03/11, p. 1.

> WORKERS

Dos & Don’ts: Don’t Let Workers Take Cell Phone Pictures of Workplace,” 05/11, p. 20.

Test Your OHS I.Q.: Using Workers’ Personal Cell Phone Records to Enforce Driver Distraction Rules,” 06/11, p. 7.

Winners & Losers: What Constitutes ‘Criminal Negligence’ by a Worker for a Safety Incident?” 03/11, p. 20.

> WORK REFUSALS

Violence Refusals: Is Fear of Violence Valid Grounds for a Work Refusal?” 02/11, p. 1.

> WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

Winners & Losers: When Is Workers’ Misconduct a Bar to Workers’ Comp Claims?” 04/11, p. 20.