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New WHMIS obligations…WHSC schedules essential training

Sweeping changes to Canada’s Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, known as WHMIS, took effect in December, 2018. Is your workplace complying? CLICK HERE for entire article 

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CITIES ARE GOING VERTICAL – AND SIKA PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE

The architectural engineering practice of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has designed the tallest residence building in the large-scale Hudson Yards development. The company’s Associate Director of Structural Engineering, Preetam Biswas, talks about the challenges of high-density construction, and the role played by concrete and leading suppliers of specialty chemicals like

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Harassment widespread in workplaces, finds Statistics Canada

A recent report adds to a growing body of evidence showing harassment in Canadian workplaces is in need of workplace interventions and regulatory enforcement. Conducted by Statistics Canada this report, using survey data from 9,000 respondents living in the 10 provinces aged 15 to 64 who worked for pay in

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Check out 2019’s Hardsurface Awards Winning Projects

2019’s Hardsurface Awards are worth taking a look at!   Projects at Seneca College, The University of Western and the Senate of Canada, are just a few that received recognition for their work. CLICK HERE to see all award winning projects.

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Working at heights enforcement remains top Ministry priority

Fines, orders, stop work orders and even jail terms have been among recent consequences for employers failing to meet minimum working at heights provisions under Ontario law. CLICK HERE for full article

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