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  • 10 Types of WHMIS Labels and Their Symbol Meanings

    10 Types of WHMIS Labels and Their Symbol Meanings

    June 24, 2021

    WHMIS stands for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, which is used to provide health and safety info in Canadian workplaces. As required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), businesses must adhere to WHMIS requirements for labels on hazardous products.

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  • 8 Best Workplace Ladder Safety Tips and Regulations

    8 Best Workplace Ladder Safety Tips and Regulations

    June 23, 2021

    Every year, numerous deaths occur due to the result of ladder-related accidents. Thousands more have suffered from debilitating injuries while working on a ladder. As the employer, it is your responsibility to create a safe environment for working at heights. Many serious or fatal accidents can be avoided if the workplace ladder safety rules and regulations are followed.

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  • How to Set Up a Fall Protection Plan for Working at Heights

    How to Set Up a Fall Protection Plan for Working at Heights

    June 10, 2021

    When working at heights, your focus must be emphasized on safety. There are many dangers associated with this line of work, from accidental falls to equipment mishaps. Whether your work involves heights every day, or it’s required on an occasional basis, the risks must be taken seriously.

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  • 7 Common Types of Hazards in Construction Sites & Workplaces

    7 Common Types of Hazards on Construction Sites & Workplaces

    June 10, 2021

    Construction sites are complex environments with many moving components. Workers often need to navigate heights, use large pieces of machinery, and handle various dangerous materials. This makes construction sites a notorious hotspot for potential injuries.

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  • Toronto to Publicly Name Businesses with COVID-19 Outbreaks

    January 7, 2021

    Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health issued a Letter of Instruction to all employers in the City of Toronto permitted to be open under the Reopening Ontario Act. In addition to these updated COVID-19 safety measures, Toronto is now publicizing the names of workplaces in which COVID-19 outbreaks have been detected.

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