Climate Change and Labour: Impacts of Heat in the Workplace identifies heavy labour and low-skill agricultural and manufacturing jobs as the most susceptible to heat changes caused by climate change. 400 more words
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An Ontario company pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to ensure that a worker was properly trained in safe rigging practices. Lafarge Canada Inc. entered its plea on Monday in Saskatoon provincial court. 112 more words
Jo-Anne Dusel tries not to get frustrated that 30 years after the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan was founded, the province has an unenviable violence against women record. 527 more words
New Brunswickers were presented with a harsh reminder of the startling number of people who are killed and injured on the job Thursday.
Gathered with people across the country today, residents marked the National Day of Mourning which honours those who’ve lost their lives on the job or died from workplace related diseases. 307 more words
EDMONTON – Investigators with Occupation Health and Safety (OHS) were called to a workplace fatality at the Pembina Pipeline site near Redwater, Alta. Wednesday afternoon. 199 more words