|Making stats workTue Jul 7th, 2009
Benjamin Disraeli, the former Prime Minister of Great Britain, is famously quoted as stating: “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.”Although it’s an opinion shared by many, statistics play an important r…
|Bill 168 and youTue Jul 7th, 2009
The McGuinty government in Ontario has introduced new legislation to amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) through Bill 168 to include workplace violence and harassment. All workplaces in Ontario with more than five workers are subject …
|Testing for tap water safetyMon Jun 8th, 2009
As the hot summer months approach it becomes vital to provide drinking water to employees, especially those who work in hot environments. Even though most Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) facilities have municipally supplied drink…
|Young, new workers target of MOL blitzMon Jun 8th, 2009
It’s that time of year again … On May 19th, the Ontario Ministry of Labour (MOL) announced that they would be conducting a blitz of the service and manufacturing sectors, focusing specifically on young and new workers. According to…
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