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Alberta man dies at worksite near Fox Creek, Alta.

Occupational Health and Safety is investigating the death of a 47-year-old man Sunday at a work site in northern Alberta.

According to OHS, workers were pumping water to another work site at around 5:45 p.m. 80 more words


What do changing demographics mean for workplace health and safety?

If you knew your workforce was going to experience changing risks, increased exposure, longer recoveries from injury and greater effects associated with co-morbidities, you would act!  985 more words

Wearable tech provides data, not decisions

People want information about their own health and fitness.  Many are turning to wearable technology and activity trackers for that information, but information requires decisions or actions to gain benefit. 748 more words


Sask. company fined $2,100 for failing to report injured worker

A Saskatchewan company pleaded guilty in provincial court last week for failing to report an injured worker as soon as reasonably possible almost two years ago. 139 more words


Charges laid in death of Edmonton worker killed in collapsed trench

A developer and two contractors are facing nearly two dozen charges in connection with the death of a labourer who died after a trench he was working in collapsed in Westmount on April 28, 2015. 296 more words


Charges laid after worker killed in trench collapse in April 2015

Over a year after a labourer was crushed to death while digging a sewer line at a city infill project, two companies and a prime contractor are facing a total of 19 Occupational Health and Safety charges. 524 more words

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