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‘No grounds’: RCMP say no criminal charges in fatal Alberta icefield crash

Police say investigation in death of three people was lengthy and thorough, and RCMP kept in contact with provincial health and safety regulators throughout.

Health-care workers in B.C. are facing an epidemic of workplace violence

From 2010 to 2021, B.C. nurses reported nearly 4,500 injuries related to the use of violence or force that caused them to miss work.

Ontario salvage company fined $55,000 after worker injured while dismantling bulldozer

Spring broke loose and struck worker, resulting in a critical injury.

P.E.I.’s WCB unveils 2022 Safe Youth Award winners

Workers at Maritime Electric, Souris Wildlife honoured with prizes, including $500 in cash.

$60,000 fine issued after worker injured replacing battery cells on forklift in Toronto

Sulfuric acid from battery came into contact with worker.

The TUTOR - Draeger Fire Extinguisher Training Equipment

Train on the proper use of fire extinguishers in a safe, effective, and environmentally friendly manner. The TUTOR provides two available flame sizes for varying training scenarios. Multiple props are available for use with the TUTOR. Available for delivery before year end, while supplies last.

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Workplace mental health can seem like a bottomless money pit: Where should you invest?

Employers alone can’t solve the problem, but workplace benefit programs can be a powerful tool in helping workers stay on the job and act as a bridge to keep workers stable until they get long-term help. » Read More
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Slain U.S. Postal Service mail carrier remembered for his positive attitude

Worker shot and killed while delivering mail on the north side of Milwaukee. » Read More

9 miners killed in Indonesia coal mine explosion; 2 rescued

Blast was caused by noxious gases, including methane. » Read More

Beyond vaccine hesitancy: Understanding systemic barriers to getting vaccinated

By focusing on individual decisions, it’s easy to overlook other reasons for suboptimal vaccine intake, including politicization, distrust of the health system due to system racism and social inequities. » Read more

Shortcut for creating a psychologically safe workplace: Key performance behaviours

Every interaction in the workplace is an opportunity to experience negative or positive emotions, writes Dr. Bill Howatt. » Read more

WSPS Warehouse Safety Conference

Location: Mississauga, Ontario
Date: Feb. 22, 2023
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ASSP Safety23 Conference + Expo

Location: San Antonio, Texas
Date: June 5- June 7
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