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Worker crushed to death near Carseland

Occupational Health and Safety is investigating after a man in his 40s was killed Tuesday afternoon on a job site near Carseland.

The worker was crushed between concrete blocks and a tractor while dismantling a temporary bridge, according to OHS spokesman Brook Merritt. 56 more words

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OH&S - ignoring the obvious (2)

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`The most likely reason why there are fewer men than women in the world’… 19 more words

Workplace Safety

Wynne wants legislative committee on sexual harassment

TORONTO – Premier Kathleen Wynne agreed Monday to a Progressive Conservative request for a legislative committee to study the issues of sexual harassment and assault, but the Opposition accused her of playing politics. 534 more words

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Does government regulation make us safe?

When government regulates and licenses daycares, restaurants, taxicabs, banks, other businesses, and physicians, we can rest assured that their operations and products are safe and no harm will come to us. 708 more words

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Are YOU leading safety?

Who in your workplace is leading safety?

How do you rate yourself as a Safety Leader?  Have you ever actually thought about whether you are a true safety leader in your workplace? 1,220 more words

Workplace Safety

OH&S - ignoring the obvious (1)

Or commonly known as

`The most likely reason why there are fewer men than women in the world’…

Workplace Safety

No work permit requested for dismantled wall that killed worker

CALGARY – Family members and friends brought flowers to the work site where a 60-year-old man was killed Thursday afternoon.

The city confirms no work permits were requested or pulled for the dismantling of a concrete wall in the 600 block of 28thStreet N.E.. 154 more words

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