Compliance & Risk Management

Importance of Root Cause Analysis in Incident Investigations

When a safety or environmental incident occurs in your workplace, you must investigate it. But the approach you take in that investigation can determine how effective you are

OSHA Injury Reporting Rules for 2017

As of Jan 1, 2017 OSHA’s new rule for injury reporting took effect. However, there is still time to get in compliance before reaching the reporting deadlines. The new OSHA

Machines in Motion Mean Danger

WHAT’S AT STAKE? It’s a simple fact: Machines need to move to perform their tasks. Whether it’s a conveyor belt carrying raw material to a mixing tank, power presses b

Carcinogens are Cancer Causing Chemicals

  WHAT'S AT STAKE? A carcinogen is any substance that can cause cancer. They are chronic toxins that cause damage after repeated or long-term exposure. For some people

10 Emergency Eyewash Best Practices

A chemical eye injury is something to avoid at all costs; it’s a painful and frightening experience and one that may leave a person blinded for life. So if your workers are

Worksafe BC says health authorities are not doing enough to protect health care workers against violence.

Workplace violence is a serious safety concern, especially among health care workers who suffer the highest rate of assaults of any industry. Under employment laws employers

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