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WCB lowering 2015 premium rates for most employers

REGINA – Most companies in the province could be paying less in WCB premiums in 2015 after the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) proposed a 3.3 per cent drop to its average 2014 rate. 287 more words


Construction Workers Vulnerable to Biological Hazards

Given the nature of their work, construction workers who work outdoors are routinely exposed to physical and biological hazards. Therefore, it is important that these workers have taken the necessary… 365 more words

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Bottoms Up!

Do you recognise the image in this photo?  We all have one, although often we forget that its there because we don’t see it.  It’s one of the biggest culprits that can cause a range of lifestyle diseases. 989 more words

Workplace Safety

Man dies in workplace accident in Vaughan, north of Toronto

VAUGHAN, Ont. – A man has died in an industrial accident north of Toronto.

York region police say he was killed around 1 p.m. Friday after falling while working on a home in Vaughan. 17 more words


A Quick Guide on the Essentials of Flammables and Combustibles

Flammable and combustible liquids are similar, but not quite the same. They differ in how hot they must become before they catch fire and explode. This is called the flash point. 409 more words

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Stretch to Save Lost Work Time

Fall is now here and with it comes cooler mornings for everyone working outdoors (sometimes indoors, too).  In cooler weather, the human body is much more susceptible to…

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Is there such thing as 'Proactive' Safety Management?

A very competent safety manager, of a very large Defence group, once tried to teach me that:

“…there is no such thing as ‘proactive’ safety management, you’re either ACTIVE or INACTIVE” 301 more words

Behavioral Safety