Keep proper hard hat use top of mind
Although masks may be dominating the headlines lately for their role in public safety, you’d be hard pressed to find a more universal workplace safety symbol than the hard hat.
Nissan Canada certified as a Great Place to Work in 2021
Nissan Canada Inc. has been certified as a Great…
CCOHS reminds workplaces to include safety practices on Take Our Kids to Work day
On November 3, grade nine students across Canada will…
Checking-in on invisible Workplace Hazards
With regular check-ins and a commitment to worker-well-being, psychological hazards can be addressed and supported, increasing the health of workers and their general wellbeing.
Clearing the air: Identify and address breathing hazards
Steps to take that will improve workplace health and safety.
Online tool kit helps workplaces build customized COVID-19 plan
Hub provides one-stop access to more than 40 free resources to protect everyone.
Keep your distance: New Wearable device sends proximity alert
Two Quebec companies create a company to make the Social Distancer.
How workplaces can prepare for possible coronavirus outbreak
Combat misinformation, repeat hygiene tips, be clear on sick leave policies, prepare for the possibility of mass absenteeism.
Worker injury leads to $45,000 fine for Guelph manufacturer
Fell off a boom truck at Skyjack plant, sustained critical injuries.
Critical injury results in $50,000 fine for Kitchener manufacturer
Worker was pinned between two rollers while a printing machine was operating.
Protect employees from workplace violence and harassment
Create a written policy that provides a protocol for reporting incidents.
Canadians want personalized wellness programs
Survey says they would improve wellbeing and productivity.
Keep it civil in the workplace
It’s good for the bottom line.
Legalized cannabis: Address the safety and accommodation issues
Put policies and procedures in place to keep everyone safe.
Silent but deadly: Beware carbon monoxide poisoning hazards
High concentrations of the gas can lead to a loss of consciousness, even death.
Strain leads to pain: How to recognize and prevent RSI issues
It’s best to address the source of repetitive strain injuries.
Protect students on Take Our Kids to Work day
CCOHS says make sure they are aware of workplace hazards and safety requirements.
Play it cool: How to avoid heat-related illnesses
Watch for signs of heat exhaustion among workers.
Concerned about how legalized pot impacts your company?
Some tools and information to help you see through the haze.
Workplace drug use: Legalized pot a buzz-killer for employers
How decriminalizing marijuana will impact management strategies.
Harassment in the workplace: Define it and be prepared to act
Recognizing and reporting it is a step toward prevention.
Workplace substance use policies would help employers: report
Loss of productivity, absenteeism, increased costs cited as outcomes of unaddressed substance-use issues.
G7 reps discuss workplace sexual harassment
Delegates acknowledged that the issue needs to be explored collaboratively.
CCOHS provides tools to access and address mental health
Use the eight-step process to conduct a thorough workplace audit.
CCOHS e-course addresses impairment in the workplace
Covers impact and causes, plus having a workplace policy and procedures.
Ontario stepping up enforcement to protect worker rights
Government is making sure new worker rights under its plan for Fair Workplaces and Better Jobs are followed.
Inspect to correct: How to hunt for workplace hazards
Hazards exist under desks, on the plant floor, in…
Dude, Check out your new drug plan!
What you need to know about medical marijuana.
Getting a handle on shift work
How to avoid the negative effects on workers.
Partners in Prevention 2015
Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) presents its annual…