Most business leaders recognize their duty to protect workers within the four walls of their operating facilities. Even in recent years, with more employers adapting
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Mental health problems and illnesses account for 20 percent of sick leaves and 30 percent of disability claims annually (Mental Health Commission of Canada). The
Changes to the employment standards regulation to protect vulnerable young workers in British Columbia will take effect January 1, 2023. The Ministry of Labour last
Hearing loss in the workplace IS preventable – Make hearing conservation an injury prevention strategy
In March, we recognize World Hearing Day (March 3) – an annual global advocacy event that calls for action to address hearing loss. Hearing loss
by Pourya Ghani, OH&S Technical Advisor We all know that workplace incidents can have serious human and financial costs for organizations. Most workplace injuries involve
New regulatory amendments came into effect on September 1, 2021. Please note the changes to these sections of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Regulation.
B.C. is bracing for a dangerous, long-duration heat wave. In hot working environments—indoors or out—everyone needs to be alert for the signs and symptoms of
Employees are a company’s most valuable resource. Fostering good interpersonal relationships benefits everyone who works within an organization. The Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC is
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