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Pepsi’s safety director breaks down warning signs for workplace violence

Violent incidents might seem like they come out of the blue, but when the dust settles the investigation almost always reveals red flags that things weren’t quite right. Read more

Work-related COVID-19 claim costs will impact WCB premiums in Ontario

Costs related to pandemic claims used to be distributed across all employers in Schedule 1. But claims which arose after July 1, 2022, will be allocated to the individual Schedule 1 employer, writes Daryl Seupersad of Sherrard Kuzz LLP.

OSHA unveils top 10 list of safety violations

List helps define trends so safety professionals can find appropriate solutions.
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Screening in the workplace: Reliable alcohol tests have never been so fast, simple and efficient

The Dräger Alcotest® 7000 is setting new standards in alcohol test devices. It has a wider measuring range, low maintenance requirements and various networking options. In addition, the device can perform alcohol tests using both a mouthpiece and a funnel.
Why choose Alcotest® 7000:
  • Only one calibration every year
  • Pre-screening and screening in one device
  • Real time data transfer with the built-in Bluetooth® technology
  • Ensure dependable results in temperatures ranging from -10 °C to +55 °C
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Lessons from Fiona: Global collaboration is key to preparing for future hurricanes

Understanding changes in hurricane intensity is critical to preventing both loss of life and the huge costs of unnecessary evacuations. Anya Waite and Eric Siegel from Dalhousie University take a look. » Read More

Why major Canadian railways must no longer be permitted to police themselves

Public awareness of the powers of railway police forces have grown in the wake of a runaway Canadian Pacific freight train crash that killed three workers in B.C. Bruce Campbell of York University offers his take. » Read More
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Worker driving front-end loader hits, kills Florida deputy

Worker, who was in the U.S. illegally, fled on foot after the accident. » Read More

Worker was dead in South Carolina department store bathroom for 4 days

Janitor at store passed away but remained undiscovered, leading to questions about its closing procedures. » Read More
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Ontario company fined $110,000 after worker injured hand

Worker slipped and fell, and gloved hand came in contact with a moving wire. » Read more

Feds lift border vaccine requirements, mandatory masks on planes and trains

All COVID-19 border restrictions will be removed as of this Saturday. » Read more

Workplace Safety North offers free mental health training in northern Ontario

Participants can choose from either a half-day session or a full-day session designed for people in leadership roles. » Read more

WorkplaceNL puts focus on soft-tissue injuries, the leading source of lost-time claims

Nearly 70 per cent of all claims are caused by MSIs, translating into $103 million in annual costs. » Read more