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Safety statistics reveal ‘disappointing’ trends on workplace fatalities, injuries

Canadian workplaces are becoming less safe, according to the latest data on occupational health and safety across the country.

Occupational hygiene holds important place within profession

Occupational hygienists focus on workplace hazards that may not have immediate outcomes, but could lead to serious consequences, such as occupational illness, a shortened lifespan or quality of life.

Three parties plead guilty after P.E.I. workplace accident at potato warehouse

Two construction companies and a foreman have pleaded guilty to charges resulting from a workplace accident that left an Islander in a vegetative state.

Reduce workplace stress and hazards during a pandemic

Workplace health and safety has become more important than ever and many are still trying to figure out how to adapt to the new reality we are faced with. WSPS is committed to helping you protect your potential and your people.

Join us virtually on October 21 to gain first-hand access to practical skills and best practice approaches to safely adapt to a new culture of workplace safety. Listen to inspirational keynote speakers and participate in hot topic sessions that focus on the importance of moving forward together to building strong, safe and resilient communities.

View the conference agenda and REGISTER TODAY!

Pre-entry COVID-19 screening now mandatory for Ontario workplaces

On Sept. 26, pre-entry screening of all workers and “essential visitors” became mandatory for Ontario businesses — effective immediately, regardless of sector. » Read More

Hospital CEO demands more action from construction company after racist incidents continue

“More action is needed,” Sarah Downey said after three incidents of racism in four months at an EllisDon construction site on the Toronto hospital’s grounds. » Read More

FREE WHITE PAPER: Supply Chain Management Challenges in Remote Operations

As little as three years ago, 70% of organizations experienced at least one disruption in their supply chains. According to the same report, 24% of these firms held their external inbound supply chain responsible for the majority (>50%) of their disruptions.

Rapid global expansion strategies and localized crises have propelled operations towards building up more remote supply chain locations.

This whitepaper will discuss supply chain risks in remote operations, associated challenges, and best practices for eliminating risks and challenges. Download this free whitepaper to learn more.


Mixed messaging on COVID-19 is leading to distrust in Ontario, experts say

Balancing the fight against COVID-19 with efforts to jump-start the economy in Ontario has highlighted communications problems that have sown confusion and could erode trust in public health advice, experts say. » Read More

P.E.I. residents may be eligible for work isolation

A recent bulletin from the Prince Edward Island provincial government indicates travelling workers may be eligible to work isolate. » Read More