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Safety may be a serious topic, but that doesn’t mean it can’t benefit from a bit of humour from time to time, according to keynote speaker Michael Kerr at the Safety Services Nova Scotia Workplace Health and Safety Conference in Halifax.
Using a seatbelt is the single most effective intervention to prevent truck drivers from being injured or killed in a motor vehicle crash, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
(Reuters) — McDonald's restaurant workers from 19 cities in the United States complained to regulators on Monday that their working conditions are hazardous and have led to severe burns from hot grills and fryer oil.
The Canadian Media Guild is calling for change after 10 people, cast and crew of French reality TV series Dropped, were killed in a helicopter crash in Argentina.
Employers often struggle with the question of who is a “supervisor” under the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). The answer to that question is obviously important because supervisors have legal duties under the OHSA, violations of which can lead to charges and fines.The Ontario Ministry of Labour has…
With the temperamental Canadian weather, employers are often tasked with deciding whether or not to shut down operations during a storm. Sometimes, the employer decides it is safe enough to stay open, but employees may disagree. How should an employer handle an employee who refuses — for safety reasons —…
Just as a head coach should bring a plan to win each game, leaders of organizations should have a plan to win in safety. If you truly seek excellence, it is not enough to simply set a goal to win by so many points, or just show up and rely…
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The nationwide search for the most outstanding safety professional is on!
Canadian Occupational Safety is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Safety Leader of the Year. Find out more about the COS Safety Leader of the Year program and past winners.
Nominations close July 6