|Noise - A Look at Work Performance/ErgonomicsTue Jul 15th, 2008
One way companies keep up with the times is by allowing employees to wear iPods/MP3 players or play music during the workday. The practice begs answers to two questions, however: 1) Does music in our workplace improve performance or cause…
|The First Conviction and Sentence under Bill C-45Tue Jul 15th, 2008
The first conviction and sentence under the infamous Bill C-45 has officially been handed down to a Quebec manufacturing company. Transpave Inc. plead guilty to charges under the Criminal Code for Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Criminal Ne…
|The Road to ZeroTue Jul 15th, 2008
WSIB has been tireless in promoting their Road To Zero program - from memorable television advertisements to magazine spots and mail out flyers. WSIB has been tireless in promoting their Road To Zero program - from memorable television advertis…
|New Ergonomic Resource for OntarioTue Jul 15th, 2008
In the fall of 2007, the Occupational Health And Safety Council Of Ontario published a MSD (MusculoSkeletal Disorders) Guideline. There were initially 2 documents released that outlined a generic framework for MSD prevention. The first document…
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