The Workplace Safety Blog

Handling the Stress of Working from Home

Handling the Stress of Working from Home

By Carola Mittag

Posted Sep 23rd, 2020 in Tips & News

There is very little information about stresses of working from home.

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Handling the Stress of Working from Home

Handling the Stress of Working from Home

By Carola Mittag

Posted Sep 23rd, 2020

There is very little information about stresses of working from home.

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Accommodating Mental Illness at Work

Accommodating Mental Illness at Work

By Carola Mittag

Posted Sep 14th, 2020 in Tips & News

Those suffering from mental illness deserve the right to be productive, income-earning employees.

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ONLY TO SAVE A DIME

ONLY TO SAVE A DIME

By Carola Mittag

Posted Sep 1st, 2020 in Tips & News

Linking health and safety to an economic perspective is essential to an employer’s decision-making process.

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7 WORKPLACE SAFETY TIPS FOR EMPLOYEES

By Carola Mittag

Posted Aug 25th, 2020 in Tips & News

... employees should do their best to understand and implement workplace safety best practices

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PREPARING FOR A MINISTRY OF LABOUR, TRAINING & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT INSPECTION

PREPARING FOR A MINISTRY OF LABOUR, TRAINING & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT INSPECTION

By Carola Mittag

Posted Aug 17th, 2020 in Tips & News

The good news - there are a few easy things you can do to better prepare your entire company for a surprise visit from an inspector.

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CHANGING EVIDENCE FOR USE OF MASKS DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

By Carola Mittag

Posted Aug 4th, 2020 in Tips & News

Can Employers Mandate Masks?

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MANY WORKERS FEEL UNSAFE ABOUT GOING BACK TO WORK

By Carola Mittag

Posted Jul 17th, 2020 in Tips & News

Some employees may still be anxious. How should you respond?

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Guide to Safety When Working at Height

Guide to Safety When Working at Height

By Holly Shaw

Posted Jun 16th, 2020 in Tips & News

Falling from heights is one of the biggest causes of workplace injuries and deaths. According to Canadian Civil Engineering Magazine, in 2018 33.5% of all deaths in construction were due to falls. Due to the severity of accidents involving heights, it is important to work safely when working at heights.

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The Right to Refuse Unsafe Work During the COVID - 19 Pandemic

The Right to Refuse Unsafe Work During the COVID - 19 Pandemic

By Carola Mittag

Posted Mar 23rd, 2020 in Tips & News

While the right to refuse unsafe work is always a possibility, that is all the more reason for employers to keep their workplaces safe to ensure such refusals are ultimately short-lived. 

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