30 January 2019 / Published in Uncategorized
https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/news/2019/01/workers-health-and-safety-at-the-heart-of-discussions-between-federal-provincial-and-territorial-labour-ministers.html Workers’ health and safety at the heart of discussions between federal, provincial and territorial labour ministers From: Employment and Social Development Canada News release January 30, 2019                        St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador                        Employment and Social Development Canada   Federal, provincial and territorial labour ministers met today in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, to discuss important workplace issues,
06 December 2018 / Published in Uncategorized
What are the benefits of a cloud-based safety management system? February 5, 2018 One Comment   PROCESSMAP SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Responding is Kevin Richards, EHS director – North America, ProcessMAP, Sunrise, FL. The traditional means of recordkeeping have become antiquated. Yet, organizations are slow to implement digital transformation tools such as cloud-based technologies, especially when it comes
06 December 2018 / Published in Uncategorized
Vancouver, BC (July 25, 2018) – Technical Safety BC today released its Investigation Report into the ammonia release at Fernie Memorial Arena on October 17, 2017, which tragically resulted in three fatalities, as well as the evacuation of 95 residents from 55 nearby homes. The report provides an overview of the incident, the scope of the
09 February 2018 / Published in News, Uncategorized
TO: CAODC Board of Directors TO: CAODC Drilling and Service Rig Executive Members TO: CAODC Drilling and Service Rig Registered Representatives TO: CAODC Drilling and Service Rig Members FOR IMMEDIATE REVIEW: CAPP Code of Practice for Confined Space, Final Draft ________________________________________ The DRAFT Code of Practice for Confined Space, developed by the CAPP Health and
27 November 2017 / Published in News, Uncategorized
Bill would improve safety, well-being of Albertans November 27, 2017 Media inquiries Proposed changes to the Workers’ Compensation Act and Occupational Health and Safety Act would better protect Albertans and support injured workers. If passed, An Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans would improve workplace health and safety and provide fair compensation