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Silica, it’s not just dust!

Protecting employees from silica dust exposure.

The costs and benefits of simulation-based training: Key considerations

There is no argument that operators need to be trained; however, training can be a risky activity that can’t be taken lightly.

First-ever CRAC Safety Awards recipients announced!

The Crane Rental Association of Canada presented the inaugural CRAC Safety Awards during its 20th anniversary conference in Winnipeg this past June.

Conveyor lubrication in quarries

Lubrication specialists tackle best practices.

Prusik slings: Understanding the hazards

This bulletin explains the hazards of using Prusik slings as rope grabs, and discusses why it’s safer in most cases for workers to use rope grabs that meet CSA or ANSI standards and include anti-panic features.
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Crushing culture

Crushing poor workplace culture

As companies expand, they often require the cultivation of separate safety cultures for various types of operations. Simply put, what works for paving crews won’t necessary make sense for crushing crews, and vice-versa. This is true for even the most successful construction companies across Canada, just ask Kamloops, B.C.-based Dawson Group. » Read more...
Creative sentencing

Creative sentencing

Alberta Occupational Health and Safety going beyond fines. » Read more...

BCRB Fall Conference

September 16, 2018
Location: Kelowna, B.C.
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SHCA Annual Fall Convention

November 15-16, 2018
Location: Regina, Sask.
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Fort McMurray ASGA Lunch

November 29, 2018
Location: Fort McMurray, Alta.
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