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Worker Without Hard hat Struck In Head And Killed

Please note that the last names have been omitted to protect the identity of the families. Michael recalls that when he was an hourly employee on the production floor, his supervisor was a “real stickler” about safety who insisted employees wear their PPE anytime they were out in the production areas. “We really hated wearing

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The changing role of the safety professional

Glyn Jones Which type of safety advisor are you? Today’s business environment demands agility from safety professionals to be successful. It’s agility that allows for the proper and effective response to change and turns adversities into opportunities. Historically, the role of the safety advisor was to “police” the workplace and drive compliance to the legislation

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SPECIAL REPORT – Dealing with Safety Inspectors

Every jurisdiction has an agency in charge of regulating and enforcing the OHS laws. And these agencies use safety officers or inspectors to fulfill those duties, including inspecting workplaces for violations and investigating safety incidents when they occur. No one wants a safety inspector to appear at their door—but it’s likely to happen to every

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Working at Heights Deadline Approaching

All workers trained under the current Fall Arrest standards will have until April 1, 2017, to be trained under a MOL Approved Working at Heights training. On April 1st, 2015 the Ministry of Labour began to enforce that employers in Ontario who have workers working on construction projects would be required to complete the Working

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