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Four Steps to Conducting a Job Safety Analysis in the Canadian Workplace

A job safety analysis (JSA), sometimes called a job hazard analysis, is a way to identify and work to correct potential dangers in your specific workplace.


The Role of Human Resources in Canadian Workplace Safety

In order for workplace safety to be truly effective, education and implementation starts with you as your company’s Human Resources representative.

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Understanding the Uses of Personal Protective Equipment in Canada

There are different types of PPE for every body part and situation. How do you know which items of PPE are appropriate, and when? Learn more!

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Distracted Driving in Canada: Facts and Tips for Staying Safe

Here are some things you need to know about distracted driving in Canada, plus 10 things you can do to help keep yourself and other drivers safe.

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Being a Great Safety Leader in Canada: What’s it take?

Here are eight steps you can take to create a safe working environment — plus one step to take in the event an incident does occur.

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Benefits of Making Safety Training a Priority in Canadian Workplaces

Safety is important for any Canadian company to embrace, but making safety training a priority will be beneficial to your employees and to your bottom line.

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Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures for Canada

Reducing or avoiding the release of waste that puts the environment and people at risk is essential for any facility that handles and transports oil.

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Disabilities in the Canadian Workplace

Despite efforts to provide education and other resources, Canadians with disabilities still face illegal, discriminatory behavior in the workplace.

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Canada’s Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Regulations

Canada’s Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Regulations govern the transportation of dangerous goods across Canada in all modes – air, highway, rail and water.

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