|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…
|National Pollutant Release Inventory ReportingTue Jul 15th, 2008
It is that time of year again for reporting to the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) for the 2007 reporting year. The NPRI was created in 1992 as an effort to track toxic substances. It is a requirement under the Canadian Enviro…
|Communication in ErgonomicsFri Mar 7th, 2008
Ergonomics may be the catch phrase of the decade, but not without good reason. It’s a multi-faceted discipline that, if applied correctly, can be extremely advantageous for your employees and for your company as a whole. A good ergonomics…
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The best method for protecting workers from inadvertent release of energy is through the Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) of energy sources. Participants learn about the legal requirements and best practices associated with identifying energy sources and implementing LOTO procedures. Ensure your workers are aware of how to work safely around machines, equipment and processes at your workplace.
Management H&S Training
There is a growing trend of holding individual management members accountable for health and safety incidents. Provincial safety laws and federal criminal code (Bill C-45) place duties to do everything reasonable for the protection of workers. Do your managers and supervisors understand their legal responsibilities?