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No returning to the office? Tips to limit work-from-home injury, employer liability

Employers that wish to have staff work at home, exclusively or on a part-time basis, need to ensure health and safety considerations are top of mind. Lawyer Chris West takes a look.

B.C. plans to license asbestos abatement contractors: WorkSafe BC

In addition, any workers and employers who perform this work must complete mandatory safety training and certification.

Submit your nominations for OHS Honours

OHS Honours and Top 10 Under 40 are back — and bigger, better than ever. Nominations close May 31, and we’re planning a gala celebration in September as part of the biggest night in health and safety.

Dräger Oxy 3000/6000 – High level of safety and comfort

The oxygen self-rescuers Dräger Oxy 3000 and 6000 MK III are easy to handle under extreme conditions with a service life of up to 10 years. The unique safety eye provides you the ability to check the device without additional tools.

Why choose Oxy 3000 and 6000 MK III:
  • Supply breathing air for 30 or 60 minutes
  • Immediate activation of the starter when donning the mouth piece
  • Double housing protects the KO2 cartridge against damage in harsh environments
  • Less maintenance, lower costs
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How to encourage vulnerability in the workplace while keeping workers safe

Powered by the “Great Resignation,” increasing numbers of workers are demanding a more human-centric work environment, with space to express trust and vulnerability. York University’s David Weitzner takes a look. » Read More

Understanding risks, hazards and protective factors in workplace mental health

Facilitating programs and policies to reduce mental harm and promote mental health in the workplace requires understanding the interaction between psychosocial risks, hazards and protective factors. » Read More

As gas prices soar, concerns rise about worker safety in ‘gas-and-dash’ thefts

As prices rise, some have lobbied provinces to follow the lead of B.C. and Alberta and make pre-payment mandatory. » Read More
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Occupational Health and Safety Conference

Location: Winnipeg
Date: April 26 to 28
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IRSP Conference 2022

Location: Virtual
Date: May 9
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