Do you think this makeshift scaffold complies with the safety requirements in the OHS laws? Learn the steps to ensure scaffold compliance.
This issue covers wild animals and dangerous insects, ladders and overhead power lines, a prosecution of a supervisor for a worker's electrocution and more.
Outdoor workers may need to be protected from attacks by animals such as bears, cougars and wolves, and being bitten by insects such as ticks and mosquitos.
You know distracted driving is dangerous. But what about distracted walking? Here are some tips to keep your workers safe and alert.
A mechanic test drives a customer's car and hits another car. Is the customer or the auto body shop liable for the injured driver's damages?
A scissor lift may be the right equipment for the job, but is this the right way to use it? Learn some tips for the safe use of this equipment.
Go to this webinar to learn how to use contracts to define the relationship with contractors in OHS matters, the importance of monitoring contractors and more.
You must provide safety training to workers not only when they start work but also when you assign them to a new job or to work with new equipment.
Where should this worker's finger be while he's carrying around this nail gun? Learn the steps you should take to prevent nail gun injuries.
This infographic from Work Safe Alberta shows information on the workplace injuries, diseases and fatalities in Alberta in 2015.