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Keeping workers stable amid changes to fall protection

Falls continue to be a leading cause of workplace injuries, leading to reduced work time and fatalities. A recent sponsored roundtable discussed the latest in legislations, innovation and products for working at height.

Scarcity of key material squeezes U.S. medical mask manufacturers

Pressure on the medical supply chain continues, and in “many ways things have only gotten worse,” according to the president of the American Medical Association.

Feds announce $2.5 million for CCOHS

The Canadian government is pouring new funding into the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.

JOIN: WSIB Health and Safety Excellence program

Earn both financial and non-financial rewards while creating safer workplaces

The Health and Safety Excellence program is a WSIB performance-based rewards program that provides a clear roadmap for improving health and safety in your workplace. Whether you are getting started or improving established processes, this program helps meet business challenges with ease.

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Teachers’ unions to file labour board complaint over school reopening plan

An escalating conflict between Premier Doug Ford’s government and four major teachers’ unions is headed to the province’s labour board. » 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
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OHS Podcasts

Important considerations for business continuity planning

COVID-19 has forced organizations to shift their focus and learn how to operate amid a pandemic scenario. Iqbal Anwer explains how to develop a BCP to make operations more resilient. » Read More

It’s time to rethink mental health benefits

From stigma to support to treatment, mental health is an important conversation taking place across all levels of Canadian organizations, writes Marc Avaria. » Read More