Ontario expands access to rapid testing for workplaces
The Ontario government has launched a new rapid testing…
Ontario launches mobile vaccine units in hot spot workplaces
The Ontario government has launched mobile COVID-19 vaccine units…
Ontario recognizes Occupational Safety and Health Day
Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development,…
XCMG implements Intrinsic Safety Program
XCMG has implemented an Intrinsic Safety Program as part…
CCOHS announces recipients of Occupational Health and Safety Scholarship
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)…
Swenco to produce COVID-19-related PPE
Swenco Ltd. received a FedDev Ontario repayable contribution of over…
Food Processing Skills Canada and the Future Skills Centre launch iFood 360°
Food Processing Skills Canada and the Future Skills Centre…
CME calls for priority vaccination of manufacturing workers in Ontario
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is urging the Government…
Ontario expands domestic vaccine manufacturing capacity
The Ontario government is partnering with the federal government,…
The Canadian Shield celebrates its one-year anniversary
Waterloo-based The Canadian Shield celebrates its one-year anniversary, founded…
Manufacturer Linamar announces community vaccine clinic in quarterly report
(CP) Linamar Corp. is setting up a community clinic…
Ontario to recruit more health and safety inspectors
Their duties will include ensuring COVID-19 protections are in place.
Injury and wellness: what are employers spending on prevention?
The Institute for Work and Health is conducting a comprehensive study that aims to find benchmarks across sectors.
CCOHS workplace survey seeks your health and safety insights
Feedback from employers and employees will be part of a report.
CCOHS Safety Tips: Oh, my back!
How to lift loads to avoid injury
Ontario PCs say WSIB operating ‘slush fund’ for OFL training grants
Tories claim the OFL has been granted $12.3 million over 10 years health and safety training.
Food processor knowingly shipped contaminated peanuts, plant manager testifies
A salmonella outbreak originating from Peanut Corp. of America infected more than 700 people and killed nine.
Group accuses Apple supplier in China of violating labour law
Pegatron accused of discrimination, excessive work hours, health and safety problems and pollution.
Ontario scraps repeal of ‘Industrial Exception’
Regulation would have directly impacted the way manufacturers customize their machinery.
Workers exposed to carbon monoxide at NB plant
Propane heater suspected as the cause.