Partners in Prevention Regional Health & Safety Conference
The 2020 edition Partners in Prevention Regional Health &…
Online tool kit helps workplaces build customized COVID-19 plan
Hub provides one-stop access to more than 40 free resources to protect everyone.
Safetyscope provides new field support for Hydro One workers
Will provide the utility with confined space attendant and rescue training with consulting services.
Change of routine: Managing plant safety in the COVID-19 era
Hardwire comprehensive measures into workplace routines as production ramps up.
CCOHS e-course covers returning to work safely during COVID-19
How to prepare for a safe return to work, needed controls and minimizing the impact of the pandemic.
Keep your distance: New Wearable device sends proximity alert
Two Quebec companies create a company to make the Social Distancer.
Safeguarding machinery: First line of defence
Understand how safeguards protect workers and reduce the risk of injury.
Making it big: Canadian Shield jumps into face shields
Small Kitchener manufacturer pivots to large production volumes of a patent-pending PPE.
Working safest: Who’s responsible for what in the workplace
All stakeholders are accountable for their own welfare and those around them.
Back to work: It’s safety first at TMMC’s assembly plants
GHD helps the automaker ramp up and discusses effective measures.
Tesla threatens firing if workers afraid of virus don’t return to jobs
Labour activists want state and county officials to do a better job ensuring proper safety procedures are followed at the Fremont factory.
Scholarship encourages women to pursue OH&S careers
$3,000 CCOHS award open to women enrolled in full or part-time program.
Working safe: Understanding employees’ health and safety rights
What you need to know about disclosing hazards, decisions that affect health and safety and refusing work.
China lawmakers gather, doubts swirl elsewhere over pandemic safety
Poll says 83% of Americans somewhat concerned lifting restrictions in their area will lead to additional infections.
Most Canadians would sacrifice privacy to help stop COVID-19: KPMG
Most would download a contact-tracing app, but want it to be optional.