Oakville company pleads guilty to having an inadequate written plan for work in confined spaces.
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.
An estimated 250 cubic metres of oil leaked into the sea southeast of St. John’s from Husky Oil platform.
Officials provide few details following Nov. accident at Millennium Cryogenic Technologies.
Worker’s child died after being crushed by a pile of bundled steel tubes that collapsed.
CCOHS says make sure they are aware of workplace hazards and safety requirements.
Watch for signs of heat exhaustion among workers.
Wildfires have a dire impact on water quality.
Refrigeration system failed but maintenance contractors had contained it by the time firefighters arrived.
Plastic piping manufacturer failed to ensure machinery was stopped during maintenance task.
How loud is your plant? Conduct an assessment or employee survey to identify sources, gauge noise level, and who is exposed.
Some tools and information to help you see through the haze.
Construction will take a few days, no timeline on when the repair work will be completed.
At the time of the explosion last week, there were as many as 3,000 workers at the refinery in Saint John, NB.