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Alberta company fined in Saskatchewan workplace incident

A Drumheller, Alta., company has been fined after a worker was injured on a job site near Saskatoon.

The worker suffered fractures to his forearm on March 22, 2016 after it became caught in machinery. 102 more words

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Man injured at work site near Edmonton died Friday

A worker who was hurt while on the job in Acheson on Nov. 29 died from his injuries on Friday.

Occupational Health and Safety said the man worked for Norpoint Sandblasting and Painting Ltd. 78 more words

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Benefits of OHSAS 18001

Benefits of OHSAS 18001. In implementing OHSAS 18001 company needs to establish Health and Safety Policy, that is defined by top management as commitment to cope with safety and health issues.  81 more words

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Worker killed at east Edmonton concrete facility: OHS

A workplace death at Lafarge Precast Edmonton has triggered an investigation by Alberta Occupational Health and Safety.

OHS confirmed a worker died at the concrete facility on Saturday morning but declined to provide further details about the victim or what happened. 121 more words

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Saskatoon-based roofing company fined for not ensuring safety procedures followed

A Saskatoon-based roofing company has been fined for failing to ensure proper safety procedures were in place at a worksite.

An occupational health and safety… 147 more words

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The Importance of a Machine Safety Program

One of the first things that health and safety engineers look at is the various machine tools that a plant or business is using. We can recommend machine safety upgrades where appropriate and make recommendations in terms of equipment safety. 298 more words

Man injured on the job taken to Saskatoon hospital

A man was injured on the job at a parts manufacturing business in Saskatoon on Tuesday.

Saskatoon police were called to Prairie Machine & Parts on Millar Avenue at around 11 a.m. 46 more words

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