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Stressful and Unsafe Workplaces Costing Canadian Employers Billions

It’s Occupational Safety & Health Week. And while you can’t wrap your employees in bubble wrap, you can still help better protect them.

According to the Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) ‘unhealthy, unsafe and stressful workplaces are costing Canadian employers billions of dollars annually’ through employee absences, workplace accidents, illnesses, long and short term disability, insurance claims, and more. 213 more words

First Aid Supplies

Article by Andy Farrall a Health & Safety and Risk Management Specialist

I was recently discussing the topic of using electronic aids to assist in managing the safety of lone workers with Andy Farrall, a Chartered Safety Practitioner and a member of our panel of industry experts. 664 more words

Duty Of Care

TrekkingPartners on the Nepal disaster

via email …

Dear Trekkers,

It’s been ten days since a large-scale earthquake shook Nepal. It’s been a hard time for everyone, with the loss of family members, homes, entire savings, and historical landmarks.

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Health & Safety

Is Your Family Prepared?

May 3-9 is Emergency Preparedness Week. While our minds are already drifting ahead to summer, it is important to take some time now to review your family’s emergency plan and to check your emergency kits, both for the home and the car. 333 more words

Health & Safety

Blacklisting of TU Health & Safety Reps and environmentalists

From The Independent 2013

Building firms could face bans over blacklisting of workers http://ind.pn/1bSZa24

What makes for a good Health & Safety Policy?

At CRW we are often asked about Health & Safety Policy’s by our students, whom have found themselves given the task by their employer.  We do like to help our customers so have always pushed them in the right direction.  469 more words

CRW Training

Schools must let kids keep asthma inhalers

TORONTO – Ontario has made it illegal for schools to keep inhalers away from kids suffering from asthma with legislation crafted following the death of a 12-year-old boy. 511 more words