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Due Diligence for Canadian Workers

Across Canada, employers and employees rely on due diligence to ensure everyone is working toward the same goal: going home safely.


ATV and UTV Safety

Despite being fun to operate, it is important to remember they should never be used or treated like a toy and employers should train all employees who may use an ATV or UTV over how to operate and properly care for the machine.

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Fatal Occupational Injuries Rose in 2019, Newly Released Data Shows

For the second year in a row, the number of fatal work injuries saw a slight increase.

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Latest Workplace Injury and Illness Data Shows No Change

As they do each November, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released their report summarizing the 2019 Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.

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Identifying Workplace Bullying

It is important for employers and employees to recognize the signs of bullying, understand when bullying becomes harassment and know how to handle a bully.

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Commercial Truck Drivers and Human Trafficking Prevention

Many traffickers use truck stops and travel centers to transport victims, but commercial drivers can help save lives by keeping their eyes and ears open.

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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.

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Title IX Regulations and Changes

Under Title IX, it is now required that each school makes relevant information readily available for any student, employee or member of the public to view.

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Safe Driving in Hazardous Weather

Employees should know what to expect in hazardous driving conditions and what they need to do to get to their destination safely.

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