Worker’s Fall Results in $60,000 Fine for Thunder Bay Employer
A worker fell from a second-storey level through an opening that should have had a guardrail to protect workers from injury.
Ontario Hires 100 Additional Health and Safety Inspectors
The Ontario government has hired over 100 new occupational health and safety inspectors to support business inspection campaigns, and help ensure employees, businesses and the public are protected.
International Women’s Day
Today we celebrate International Women’s Day – a day to highlight the success and leadership of women around the world and acknowledge the work that lies ahead towards achieving full gender equality.
Health & Safety Policy | Annual Review
Did you know that the Occupational Health and Safety Act requires workplaces with more than five employees to have a written Health & Safety Policy?
The Cold Has Arrived
Any worker who handles propane cylinders or connects and activates propane equipment on a construction site requires training.
Working at Heights Training (WAH)
To be eligible for refresher training, workers must have previously successfully completed both modules of an approved working at heights training program.