Environmental officials traced the source of oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River to the Canadian National Railway fuel station.
An energy company refused to give OHS officials any materials from its internal investigation.
Alberta:Public consultations are taking place on the government taskforce’s recommendations on what industry should be required to do to implement the 100 megatonne limit on oil sands emissions.
Workers with drug addictions create potential hazards.
Federal: July 12: Strict new OHS asbestos rules cut the OEL for asbestos from 1 to 0.1 fibre per cubic centimetre.
OHS Compliance Calendar: Upcoming deadlines, regulatory changes and enforcement events you need to prepare...
Heads up: federal WHMIS compliance inspections start in October.
In this issue of the newsletter, we discuss, among other topics, working at heights training deadline, Ontario “construction project” rules, OHS policy to hold supervisors accountable for safety and supreme court nixes mine worker’s drug addiction excuse for safety violations.
Date: August 23, 2017 Time: 9am-10am PST Speaker: Natae Bugg, MS, CSP, Chief Safety Officer, Bongarde Register: Click Here Aside from going digital, safety training really hasn’t changed...
Date: July 19, 2017 Slides Click here Speaker: Matthew Allen, M.Eng., P.Eng. [vimeo 226182684 w=640 h=360] The presentation will review the elements of managing confined spaces in industrial...
A fall protection assessment and compliance game plan for any and every part of Canada.