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Majority of Ontario moving to next stage of reopening on Friday

The province is taking a regional approach to the second stage of its economic reopening, leaving current restrictions in place for places such as the Toronto area, which has a high concentration of the province’s COVID-19 cases.

C-suite leadership is the nagging gap in prevention

Transformative senior-executive leadership is needed now, more than ever, writes Maureen Shaw. A lack of leadership will continue to see businesses lost, alongside a continuing increase in the number of ill and injured workers.

Q&A: How Longo’s is coping through COVID-19

Simon Kaplansky, senior manager of health, safety and well-being at Longo’s in Vaughan, Ont., discusses his team’s response to the pandemic.

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Canada’s ‘inevitable’ second wave of COVID-19 cases

No one knows when a fresh surge of COVID-19 cases will emerge in Canada, but experts agree numbers are poised to rise and could very well explode in surveillance blindspots. » Read More

N.B. health authority CEO says COVID-19 outbreak is ‘worst possible scenario’

Testing for the novel coronavirus has been ramped up in northern New Brunswick, with two arenas becoming makeshift testing centres after officials confirmed a health-care professional travelled to Quebec and returned to work without self-isolating. » Read More

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OHS Podcasts

Back To Work Summit

SpiderTech building strapless face masks

Sourced from local materials, the Toronto-built PPE is made from 100 per cent gradable cotton that is breathable, with an adhesive liner on the back specifically designed for skin. » Read More

Bradley offers touchless faucets, soap dispensers

Wisconsin manufacturer’s Verge products include advanced sensing technology, optimized sensing to eliminate false activations and longer spouts for more handwashing space. » Read More