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A guide to back-to-school rules across Canada

Plans are being made across the country for how to safely send students back to school in the fall as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

Elevated risk: Vertical transportation amidst COVID-19

While occupants can easily wear masks, distancing from each other and avoiding touching surfaces are much more difficult in the normal context of vertical transportation.

Alberta doctors want safer workplace after killing of physician in Red Deer clinic

Some clinics have stopped allowing patients to carry bags and backpacks since a family doctor was killed on the job last month.

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FESTI offers onsite training and flexible online learning opportunities to help you reach your goals in a way that works for you.

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Foot protection still No. 1, even as fashion improves

Workers want safety footwear that is lighter to wear, and sometimes more colourful. Yet, safety footwear must have uncompromised protection, even as products become more fashionable and the workforce becomes more diverse. » Read More

Preparing your workplace for a second wave of COVID-19

Learning from past mistakes, business owners can assess their initial response at the start of the pandemic to better protect their workplace health and safety going forward. » Read More

Safety Leadership & Culture Research Report

We surveyed over 550+ safety managers, executives, and directors to find out how exactly organizations are addressing safety in their leadership roles.

It was noteworthy that over one-half of participants agreed or strongly agreed that their employees generally comply with safety rules and policies, but view workplace safety as “someone else’s job.” This speaks to a key component of safety culture—employee engagement.

Download the report to get the full insights. You’ll learn about current trends in culture, the top 5 ways employees participate in safety programs, qualities of an effective safety leader and much more.

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OHS Podcast


Top 10 Under 40: Meet Cody Woolf

Before entering health and safety, Cody Woolf was employed as a provincial peace officer, ensuring commercial vehicles met provincial safety standards. » Read More

Top 10 Under 40: Meet Carol Casey

Carol Casey is known among her peers as an outstanding advocate for safety, working hard to teach safety rather than simply enforce it. » Read More