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BCRSP, CSSE chairs push national safety conversation forward

Monica Szabo and Trevor Johnson — the chairs of Canada’s national safety boards — recently opened up about their roles and desires for the occupational health and safety profession.

Strains, sprains leading cause of workplace injury in Ontario

RSI injuries develop slowly and can happen in any workplace where people are bending, straightening, gripping, holding, twisting, clenching or reaching for prolonged periods.

Prepare for new coronavirus like an emergency, health minister advises

Health Minister Patty Hajdu is encouraging Canadians to stockpile food and medication in their homes in case they or a loved one falls ill with the novel coronavirus.
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Coronavirus in Canada: ‘We’re not out of the woods yet’

In British Columbia, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry has been working hard to prevent the spread of the virus. OHS Canada caught up with her for a Q&A session. » Read More

Worker shocked at future Edmonton-area Amazon warehouse dies, family confirms

A worker who suffered an electric shock at the site of a future Amazon warehouse south of Edmonton has died as a result of his injuries. » Read More
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WorkForce automatically detects fall from heights

Grace Industries has introduced a new line of alert-notification products for lone workers at heights. It automatically detects a fall and transmits an emergency signal. » Read More

PSG introduces Quick-Switch tether system

Pure Safety Group has launched a tether system for the prevention of dropped objects while working at heights. The design allows workers to switch tools from one connection point to another in a single motion. » Read More