According to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, over 700 Canadian workers per day sustain eye injuries on the job, resulting in lost time and/or temporary or permanent vision loss.Read More
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I think it’s pretty normal to feel hesitation or fear toward the idea of a jet of water squirting directly at your eyes as you struggle to keep them open. It is a natural safety mechanism for the human brain to close your eyes when something is coming towards them. Flinching is an instinctive reaction of…Read More
Work can be stressful, this is true across the board and everyone tends to think their industry has it worse than others. First thing we can all do is stop competing for the most stressed out! The competitive way we talk about pressure and stress at work does nothing to help the situation. We can definitely find a more supportive way to talk about work stress.Read More
A Glossary of Essential Safety TerminologyRead More
I've been doing some reading about different situations where celebrities had taken it upon themselves to react positively when someone required help. Here is what I found.Read More
Here are our suggestions for the best practices for workplace housekeeping AND The big and small incidents they can protect against.Read More
WHAT IS A JHSC? WHAT DOES A JHSC DO? WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS IN ALBERTA FOR MY JHSC? WHAT ARE THE RESPONSIBILTIES OF JHSC MEMBERS? SETTING UP A JHSC IN 3 STEPS . HOW TO FIND PEOPLE FOR A SUCCESSFUL JHSC . DIFFERENT MEMBER ROLES ON THE JHSC . MAKING EFFECTIVE RECOMMENDATIONSRead More
make it easier to choose a safety harness that address your safety concerns. Lists based on pricepoint, quality, and industry needs.Read More
In this article we look at the kinds of first aid courses we offer and take a look at the jobs currently on offer in Lethbridge…Read More
This post is meant to provide you with a compilation of alternate resources that have extensive information about this bill and how it could…Read More
Here's a list of 10 things every supervisor should be aware of when it comes to the safety of those under their care.Read More
Acrophobia or the fear of heights is a fairly common limitation.
Here’s a list of careers you may want to avoid if…Read More
Performing regular internal safety audits is a requirement of the COR and SECOR certification program and will require some time to reflect on your practices and procedures.Read More
NAOSH Week was first launched in June 1997, marked by an agreement between Canada, the United States and Mexico. CSSE's Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Week (COHS) had been observed from 1986-1996. During…Read More
Hydration is important! Especially when you’re working in an industry that requires you to be active.
The summer is coming quickly around the corner and the risks of dehydration are…