Health Canada and World Health Organization believe technology is safe, says minister.
Occupational Health and Safety
'These kids are getting sick at school but not at home.' - Rodney Palmer.
'It's about time," says Jim Gosse of NSGEU correctional Local 480.
'Even if you trust in the food that you eat, in the back of your mind, you're maybe wondering how it's prepared, where it came from, those kinds of things.'
'It’s not rocket science. If we have fewer bodies on the ground and virtually no presence in communities where the work is being done.' - BCGEU.
The only province in Canada to pay bonuses to staff to cut caseloads and reduce services to injured workers.
Report cites staff cuts, workload and ‘inappropriate’ regulation in dam failure.
If you are toiling in hot conditions, protect yourself from potentially fatal heat illness. Here’s a sample Hot Weather Plan you can adapt to your workplace to ensure that everyone is aware of heat/humidity conditions on each workday, and that adequate worker protections are in place to prevent heat illness.
NAPE president Carol Furlong to meet with regional health board CEO.
Unless clear steps are taken to warn and train employees to comply with new Ontario law.