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Reopening anxiety: shaking lockdown habits may be difficult

Fears over the more transmissible Delta variant could be driving reopening anxiety for some, especially in areas where vaccine uptake has been lower.

Coping with work-from-home burnout during COVID-19

While taking time off can give workers a break and a chance to recharge, it isn’t always the solution to burnout. Burnout is often chronic and caused by working conditions.

Businesses taking cautious approach to Alberta’s full reopening

Alberta lifted almost all its remaining COVID-19 restrictions on July 1, but many businesses said they are taking a more cautious approach as things start to return to normal.

Cooling Vest: Increased Performance By Up to 4 Hours

When work gets hot, the Dräger Comfort Vest CVP 5220 is always ready to use as it delivers the cooling action itself. This means: no pre-freezing, no dipping into water, no risk due to dangerous circulating air – and no time loss.

Why choose our cooling vest:
  • Automatic cooling above 27°C
  • Available in four different sizes
  • Easy donning and cleaning
  • Maximum protection and high wear comfort
  • Allowing conforming fit for most face sizes
  • Regenerates when stored – within 4 hours at most
  • Service life for up to 3 years
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Workplace mental health requires psychologically safe leaders

Whether employees are working in a building, remotely, or in a hybrid model, how well they cope with the new circumstances and workplace psychosocial factors and hazards will fall to their direct managers. » Read More

WorkSafeBC advising employers to consider workplace closures during heat wave

With extreme temperatures in many parts of British Columbia, WorkSafeBC is advising employers to consider closing down their workplaces if workers cannot be protected from the risk of heat stress. » Read More

Paid sick days matter even more than you might think

COVID-19 has highlighted that millions of vulnerable employees in the low-wage sector and those working entry-level, part-time jobs have no protection for sick leave. » Read more

Advice for teachers on how to protect their hearts from burnout this summer

This year, educational workers may be experiencing a new, and much deeper, form of fatigue. » Read more
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CSSE 2021 Professional Development Conference

Location: Edmonton, Alta.
Date: Sept. 12 to 15
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2021 World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

Location: Virtual Conference
Date: Sept. 20 to 23
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NSC Safety Congress & Expo

Location: Orlando, Fla.
Date: Oct. 8 to 14
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