Will help manufacturers increase their understanding of illnesses and ways to prevent them.
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) brings together leaders and stakeholders from government, labour, and workplaces for an event that explores the changing workforce, workplace and nature of work.
It’s best to address the source of repetitive strain injuries.
CCOHS says make sure they are aware of workplace hazards and safety requirements.
Watch for signs of heat exhaustion among workers.
Maximize the value of your management, plant floor committee.
Recognizing and reporting it is a step toward prevention.
A variety of positions reduce the ill effects of prolonged standing.
Use the eight-step process to conduct a thorough workplace audit.
Covers impact and causes, plus having a workplace policy and procedures.
Hazards exist under desks, on the plant floor, in the air and pretty much any other place where people work. A regular inspection of the workplace prevents injuries and illnesses by identifying and eliminating actual and potential hazards. But there’s…
CCOHS covers musculoskeletal and psychosocial issues.
Will cover locating it, identifying risks, assessing hazards and what action to take.
Ensure drivers are properly trained and capable of operating forklift vehicles safely.
CCOHS white paper helps you prepare for issues related to impairment in the workplace.