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Feature Manufacturing Health & Safety
November 3, 2021  

Safely returning to work after injury

Preventing illnesses and injuries is a shared responsibility among everyone in the workplace, and when an employee is injured on the job, or develops an occupational illness, the workplace is accountable for ensuring the employee receives the care and support that is required.

News Manufacturing General
December 3, 2020  

Cyclone fined $60,000 for aircraft wing injury

Workers were attempting to steady the component to keep it from swinging during a lift.

News Manufacturing General
September 21, 2020  

Printer fined after worker injured while cleaning press

Imprimeries Transcontinental fined $60,000 for failing to ensure the worker was informed, trained to safely operate the printing press.

News Manufacturing General
October 16, 2019  

Worker injury leads to $45,000 fine for Guelph manufacturer

Fell off a boom truck at Skyjack plant, sustained critical injuries.

News Manufacturing General
August 15, 2019  

Critical injury results in $50,000 fine for Kitchener manufacturer

Worker was pinned between two rollers while a printing machine was operating.

News Chemicals Manufacturing General Production
May 9, 2019  

Chemical plant worker’s permanent injury results in $100,000 fine

Employee fell into a blow-moulding machine while checking for an exhaust blockage.

News Manufacturing General Production
March 26, 2019  

CS Wind Canada fined $60,000 for worker injury at Windsor plant

Guilty plea for not providing instruction on a safe procedure for cutting wind tower sections.

News Food & Beverage General
July 30, 2018  

Ammonia leak at Wisconsin food plant sends workers to hospitals

15 people taken to hospital.

News Manufacturing General
June 26, 2018  

Bolton manufacturer assessed $60,000 fine for worker injury

Clothing caught on fire from sparks while cutting steel beams using a grinder.

News Manufacturing General
January 10, 2018  

Brampton roofing manufacturer fined $65,000 after worker injury

Company pleads guilt to failing to ensure a guarding device was in place on the machine.

Feature Manufacturing Business Operations General
August 23, 2017  

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.