The senseless death of a 23-year-old construction worker in England shows the importance of keeping untrained and unqualified workers away from heavy duty equipment.
Occupational Health and Safety
'Additional inspectors will help reduce the number of hazards in workplaces and, hopefully, decrease the number of Manitobans getting injured at work.'
Study concludes that universality 'reduces influenza illness attack rates, morbidity and mortality at reasonable cost' to taxpayers.
Presentations being offered free across Ontario for new OHSA amendments that take effect June 15.
'Case may represent a huge step forward for worker safety in Ontario.' - OFL.
Scheduled on March 26 and again on March 29 by MFL Occupational Health Centre in Winnipeg.
Criminal charges being laid for an occupational fatality in Sault Ste. Marie sets an important precedent.
'Normal human resource practices' have now resumed across the province.
'How common is it for staff to witness or experience aggression in the clients they support?'
Study at four city hospitals represents the first in-depth investigation of 'role overload' in Canada's health care system.