As more young people enter the workforce, workers and employers in Nova Scotia are being encouraged to make workplace safety a priority.
An additional curriculum geared specifically to cleaning and maintenance professionals is set to be part of a new and improved ISSA Show Mexico 2019.
Training for new commercial truck drivers in Alberta is set to become mandatory in the wake of the Humboldt bus crash. Transportation Minister Brian Mason
Residents in an Ottawa neighbourhood have voiced their displeasure at concertgoers trespassing and urinating on their properties. The Bluesfest is currently underway in the capital
Truck rental company Ryder has announced the reopening of its 17,500-square-foot, newly renovated maintenance and rental facility in Boucherville, Quebec.
Clostridium difficile rates in Canadian hospitals dropped 36 per cent between 2009 and 2015, a new study has revealed. The report, published in the Canadian
ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, has been awarded the presigious Silver Level Power of A award from ASAE.
Bacteria and fungi found on school desks comes overwhelmingly from the children sitting at them, a new study has revealed.
Beaconsfield, Quebec has moved one step closer to banning the use of leaf blowers during summer months after a motion was passed.
The suit seeks to hold the companies liable for contamination that the chemical formulas, PFOS and PFOA, caused to soil and water in the vicinity of four airports in New York State.
With summer road construction underway, motorists in New Brunswick have been reminded to exercise caution while driving. Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser and officials
Researchers may have discovered a new, pesticide-free way to limit mosquito populations in some areas and reduce the spread of the West Nile virus.
First aid attendants are a lifeline for those who become injured or ill in the workplace. In order to cover a broader spectrum of medical
Ticks carry the potential for spreading Lyme disease, a serious bacterial infection that can have severe symptoms if not caught early.
Health Canada has proposed implementing “significant restrictions” on a common pesticide to help protect bees. The Government of Canada has said it will consult with
A new OHS system come into effect in Alberta on June 1, a move the province promises will better protect workers and ensure their rights.
June marks the start of National Safety Month in Canada, a campaign aimed at reducing leading causes of injury and death in the workplace, on