Four Things to Consider When Buying Multi-Use Gloves

Frank MacDonald It would be great to find one glove that works for every application, but just look at the number of activities going on in industries like the automotive sector, manufacturing or construction, and finding multi-use gloves can be challenging. But the good news is that it’s not impossible. This article examines things that

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Fewer workplace injuries, fatalities in 2015-16, Ontario report reveals

DCN NEWS SERVICES TORONTO — Ontario’s Chief Prevention Officer George Gritziotis has released his annual report highlighting significant improvements in workplace safety in the past year. The Occupational Health and Safety in Ontario: 2015-16 Annual Report revealed that in 2015 Ontario had fewer occupational injury and illness claims, fewer critical injury events and fewer workplace

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What’s the Real Cost of an Accident in Your Workplace?

The direct costs of any claim are normally fairly straight-forward and include any medical bills and wage replacements – but this dollar amount that guides the insurer’s pay-out is usually a lot less than what the company actually incurs. In fact, according to a study done by the Stanford University Department of Civil. Engineering, indirect costs can often exceed

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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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