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Exposure Control Planning: Integrating COVID-19

Exposure control plans have always been required, but now they are being highlighted like never before.  The clear reason Exposure Control Plans are top-of-mind now is their ability to eliminate or minimize workers’ exposure to COVID-19.  But that isn’t all it’s for.  For anyone who has to take out garbage, clean bathrooms, interact closely with […]

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It’s the “Fall” Season, not the “Slip, Trip and Fall” Season

October is here and as we transition to the cold and snow that will soon be upon us, organizations need to prepare to make the transition to preventing fall and winter-related incidents. A safety culture that is strong will extend throughout all seasons of the year and not just the warmer months. The service & […]

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Workplace Violence: Have You Done Enough?

Workplace violence is defined in the Saskatchewan Occupational Health & Safety Regulations as the attempted, threatened or actual conduct of a person that causes or is likely to cause injury and includes any threatening statement or behaviour that gives a worker reasonable cause to believe that the worker is at risk of injury.  37(1). This […]

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