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Suncor faces charges related to injury of offshore N.L. worker: regulator

Worker fell from ladder while conducting gas testing, and board alleges company failed to ensure workers had a properly attached safety harness.

Ontario offers free naloxone kits, worker training as it fights opioid overdoses

High-risk workplaces, including construction sites, are mandated to have kits accessible by June 1, 2023.

Pepsico Canada fined $80,000 after worker hurt making cereal

Worker was checking moisture and sugar levels in product at factory in Peterborough, Ont.

Workplace Safety North highlights key legislative for Ontario employers in 2023

Inspection blitzes in the new year will focus on mining and forest products sectors starting in April.

Stop work in fall protection system isn’t in place, says jury in N.B. coroner’s inquest

Inquest was held into death of Sylvio St-Pierre, who was killed while working at a school in Bathurst.

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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The 12 days of holiday safety: Tips, advice for the home

OHS Canada has turned the advice from the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency into a handy infographic. » Read More
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Dozens hurt, including 3 flight attendants, in turbulent Hawaii flight

In all, 36 people were injured — including 11 who are in hospital in serious condition. » Read More

Questions raised over worker safety as Amazon rebuilds Illinois warehouse destroyed by tornado

Lawmakers want to know why a storm shelter isn’t being incorporated into new structure. » Read More

Air purifiers: Indoor pollution kills but many devices are ineffective and some may even cause harm

Data from the U.K. shows up to 38,000 people die each year due to bad air, and some purifiers generate undesirable chemical pollutants, writes Nicola Carslaw of the University of York. » Read more

What is burnout and how to prevent it in the workplace: Insights from a clinical psychologist

As the end of the year draws nearer, people are likely to feel weary, irritable and overwhelmed, writes Shahieda Jansen of the University of South Africa. » 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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