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Bullying: An Occupational Health and Safety Hazard

USA - May 13 2019 When one thinks of a hazard at a workplace what may come to mind are falls from heights or getting caught in a pinch point of industrial machinery...

The Defence of Due Diligence; Start with an OHS Management System

Canada - September 27 2018 Prevention of workplace injuries and illnesses is a legal duty and constant challenge for employers. Charges laid by government entities against...

Bill C-65, Proposed Amendments to the Canada Labour Code (harassment and violence)

Canada - May 28 2018 On January 29, 2018, the second reading of Bill C-65 was passed and referred to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social...

Investigate Near Misses to Reduce the Risk of an Accident The HR Space

Canada - January 31 2018 When an accident occurs at the workplace, most employers have a procedure for conducting an investigation. The procedure sets out the roles of those...

No Injury, Does Not Mean, No Charges

Canada - October 23 2017 A recent conviction under the Occupational Health and Safety Act ("OHSA") in Ontario confirms the far reaching powers of the Ministry of Labour with...