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Bob Murden

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Slips, Trips and Falls - Tips for planning a Safety Talk

Slips, Trips and Falls - Tips for planning a Safety Talk

By Bob Murden

Posted May 28th, 2019 in Tips & News

This week or next is the perfect time to remind workers about slip, trip and fall hazards and prevention in your workplace. One way to do this is to hold a safety talk. Supervisors are in the best position to deliver...

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Have You Used Our NEW Service?

Have You Used Our NEW Service?

By Bob Murden

Posted Apr 18th, 2019 in Tips & News

Our Safety Advice On-Call line is a free service offered by the Workplace Safety Group Safety team to companies and organizations with limited OH&S resource support. By placing a call, you will be connected, within 24 hours, to the Specialist/Senior Consultant best qualified to assist you.

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Why you need an AED and First Aid/CPR Training at work!

Why you need an AED and First Aid/CPR Training at work!

By Bob Murden

Posted Jan 11th, 2019 in Regulation Updates, Tips & News

It takes on average, eight minutes for an EMS/ambulance to arrive on scene. In the rural areas of Niagara, it can take up to 20 plus minutes. How long would it take you to get help to your worksite?

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Why Employees Need First Aid Training

Why Employees Need First Aid Training

By Bob Murden

Posted Nov 21st, 2018 in Tips & News

The WSIB along with Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires businesses to provide first aid and CPR training to employees in the absence of a nearby clinic or hospital. While safety always begins with prevention, not every work-related injury can be prevented. Your primary first aid training goal should be to give employees the necessary tools and information they need to care for an ill or injured person, if necessary, until advanced help arrives.

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YOUR WHMIS 2015 BRIEFING

YOUR WHMIS 2015 BRIEFING

By Bob Murden

Posted Sep 27th, 2018 in Regulation Updates, Tips & News

You have 2 months(December 1st, 2018) to complete conversion to WHMIS 2015.

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