A new regulation under the provincial Trade Union Act responds to an unique aspect of the construction sector's dealings with the Nova Scotia Labour Board.
The 27th Edition of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC) became effective May 16, 2019.
According to the recently published research, employees struggling with mental health or other well-being issues are unable to concentrate on their job, a symptom known as "presenteeism."
The removal of U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs along with all Canadian countermeasures is being welcomed by the construction industry.
Swedish safety helmet firm MIPS has partnered with Guardio to create the world’s first hard hat that offers a brain protection system.
The Plastic Action Centre is designed for Canadians to become more informed on plastic waste.
Anne Naser has been named as the new president and CEO of WorkSafeBC after an extensive global search. She will officially assume the position June 3, 2019.
The survey uncovers how sound and acoustics impact employees in business environments.
The rebranding announcement was made by Bill Yanek, Connex CEO, during the Connex 2019 National Conference held in Denver, Colo.
The combined company will be majority owned by Tailwind Capital.
British Columbians are remembering workers who lost their lives on the job, at more than 35 Day of Mourning ceremonies around the province on April 28.
Health and safety leader receives Francophone honour – Ordre de la Pléiade.
With opioid use increasing each year, the need for properly trained companies who can perform remediation techniques is also increasing.
Chile’s innovative floating solar project on AngloAmerican’s tailings pond is expected to generate up to 153 MWh of electricity per year.
This is Citron Hygiene's first acquisition outside of North America.
As a result of this decision, Cascades will be permanently withdrawing from felt production for the floor covering market.
Tennant Company plans to celebrate 150 years in business with new headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minn.