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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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
Six Challenges Facing Modern Manufacturing Companies
Manufacturing is an ever-changing industry, where manufacturers face new issues and concerns every year. Since this year is no exception, here are a few of the top concerns that manufacturers are grappling with. 197 more words
Workplace safety begins the moment your employees arrive on-site. Unfortunately many of today’s workers often face a number of potential slip/fall hazards on the job. According to the… 497 more words
Preparation for winter starts early in most offices, with contingency plans and telecommuting policies already mapped out and bags of salt waiting in reserve. But with nearly half of the country seeing significant amounts of snow before the turkey’s even carved this year (brr!), it’s time to slow down—literally—and go back to the basics of keeping workers safe from slips, trips and falls in the workplace. 122 more words