A shopper slips and falls in a store, injuring her knee and back. The floor was dry and no one else had trouble walking in that area. Is the store liable?
Why do you think this tractor rolled over—and what do you think happened to the worker who was on it at the time? Learn how to prevent similar incidents.
One way to participate in this safety event is to display this infographic on safety duties when workers drive their own vehicles on the job.
What could happen if a worker fell through this opening? What measures should be in place to prevent such falls?
If a worker complains of symptoms or a medical condition that could be related to a safety hazard, don't ignore the worker’s complaints. Investigate them.
This issue covers topics such as administrative monetary penalties, safety rules on how workers wear their shirts, confined spaces and new JHSC rules in BC.
If you glance at this picture, you may think the workers are adequately protected. But when you look closer, what PPE errors have they made?
Administrative monetary penalties for OHS violations are becoming more common. So here are answers to nine frequently asked questions about AMPs.
Here’s the basic information on administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) under the OHS laws in each jurisdiction.
This photo depicts several safety hazards. How many can you spot?