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Hazard Identification & Control

A Saskatchewan company that makes wood products has been fined more than $45,000 after a worker was seriously injured on the job. The province says L & M Wood Products (2011) Ltd. pleaded guilty on January 17,2017, to violating one count under Occupational Health and Safety legislation. On February 10, 2015 an employee was cleaning […]

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Contractor Safety Requirements—Are You Prepared?

As an employer the popular line of thought is that once you hire an outside contractor, the responsibilities for safety fall entirely on the contractor.  This is a huge misconception which has been proven in the courts extensively.  Take a look at the following for instance: Just recently Canadian Natural Resources were fined $10,000 in […]

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Guest Article – Working Well: Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace

Bridges Heath has been evolving in health and prevention strategies for 20 years.  The most prevalent topic facing employers today is that of mental health, and one we are proud to be on top of. 1 in 4 employees report excessive stress in their jobs; and Bill 39 is going to be a game changer […]

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