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The Best Safety Tips For Confined Space Entry  

Confined spaces are not areas that you want to be in if you are not a trained professional. According to…

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6 Tips For Safe Construction Propane Handling

When regulations are followed and safe handling is enforced, propane can be one of the safest forms of fuel to…

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Fire Safety Procedures For The Workplace

A fire in the workplace can be one of the most devastating hazards for not only the workers but the…

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Top 5 Safety Tips for Working at Heights

In 2015, companies spent over $52 million dollars paying for work-related compensation for workplace fall injuries alone. Falls are the…

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Workplace Site Audits: A Step-by-Step Overview

  A Ministry of Labour inspector can drop by unannounced on any day so you should always be prepared. They…

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Scissor and Boom Lift Safety: Tips for Reducing Risk and Avoiding Workplace Injury

  Safety is paramount on any worksite whether you are at ground level or on a form of elevating equipment…

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Being Proactive: Your Role in Occupational Safety Due Diligence

  The first step to workplace safety is due diligence. It is also important as a legal defense for someone…

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How Do We Train for Working at Heights?

  Employers must ensure that employees who work in any facility with heights of four feet or more use fall…

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4 Steps to Ensure a Better Workplace Safety Audit

  Completing workplace inspections on an ongoing basis is an opportunity to assess risks and identify hazards in your workplace….

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Employers Must Comply With WHMIS 2015 By 2018: Are You Ready?

  WHMIS stands for the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. It is a comprehensive system for providing health and safety…

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The Dangers of Heat Stress in the Workplace

“Heat stress can happen when hot, humid conditions and physical activity overcomes your body’s natural cooling system. You might suffer…

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Working at Heights: What You Need to Know for Safety Compliance

“Falls continue to be a leading cause of critical injuries and fatalities of construction workers in Ontario.” So says Minister…

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