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Three Key Takeaways from the “Coping with COVID-19” STAC Panel

It was another great year at the STAC conference! Dedicated to Canadian tower safety and devoted to sharing the important information and best..
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Mind the Mask

As we begin the new year and find ourselves in the heat of a difficult-to-manage second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, complicated by the arrival..
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Bill 59: Expected Changes at a Glance

On October 27th, the Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Solidarity and Minister Responsible for the Mauricie Region proposed Bill 59: Act..
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Using Technology to Execute a Management-System Approach to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a learning experience for organizations to refocus priorities, innovate to survive, and to be part of the global..
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Keeping the Workplace (And the World) Healthy And Safe

2020 has been a difficult year for most organizations. As the pandemic persists with no known end in sight, countries are trying to minimize the..
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Safety, a Top Priority

According to the Canada Labour Code, employers are responsible for any workers, full-time, temporary employees, contractors or subcontractors..
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Conversation with Michelle Ash, Former Barrick Gold Chief Innovation Officer

Before she became the chair of the Global Mining Guidelines Group, Michelle Ash served as the Chief Innovation Officer at Barrick Gold for two..
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4 Tools to Keep Your Contractors Safe

Worker safety is paramount. In organizations where contractors make up a large proportion of the workforce, having the right tools can be the..
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Digital Tools to Make Pulp and Paper Mills Safer

For most people working with paper, the worst injury we can expect is a nasty paper cut. However, pulp and paper workers are going through a much..
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5 Tangible Ways to Put Safety First

LAccording to the Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada, Canadians lost over 250,000 hours of work in 2017 due to injury, and..
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