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Finding success in safety!

Inside Safety talk: Working at heights Top five safety resources for small businesses Best practice: Extension of sewer laterals Marijuana in the workplace COR: A tool for success for small businesses Small business awareness initiative Mobile generators on construction projects Increasing powerline safety IHSA has the safety products you are

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Managing Health and Safety

Spring into spring start-up. How everyone gains from CORTM Guideline for Health & Safety Representatives Managing health & safety Ministry of Labour blitzes on their way Together we can stop falls from killing Ontario workers Keep your momentum going with CORTM Workshop Program CLICK HERE to read entire publication.  

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Ontario College of Trades to modernize ratio review process

The Ministry of Labour and the Ontario College of Trades continue to work together to implement recommendations stemming from Tony Dean’s review, Supporting a Strong and Sustainable Ontario College of Trades (the Dean Review). The Ministry of Labour is consulting on a possible extension of the ratio review process in order to

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WHSC 2018 high school scholarship competition NOW OPEN

Workers Health & Safety Centre (WHSC) once again invites graduating high school students who are headed for post-secondary education to enter our student scholarship competition. This contest is primarily designed to help raise awareness among this group of new and young workers of key occupational health and safety rights, responsibilities

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World Hearing Day—turning up the volume on noise prevention

One in ten Canadians struggle each day because of varying degrees of hearing loss. In fact, hearing loss is the fastest growing and one of the most prevalent chronic health problems facing Canadians. It can result from illness, infection, trauma and aging. Though, noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the most common

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