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Six times a year, the editor of Canadian Occupational Safety magazine conducts a brief survey on a timely health and safety topic. These surveys are your opportunity, as a COS reader and subscriber, to share the challenges and concerns you face in your profession, and to voice your opinion (anonymously, of course!). We publish the results of each survey as a "Reader Panel Report" on our Web site and in the next issue of COS magazine.
CLICK HERE to answer our new Reader Panel survey on Communicating Safety.
In our latest Reader Panel survey, we talk about the benefits of the online tool for delivering safety training to the employees. Despite the momentum online training has gained in general in recent years, many safety practitioners still prefer the personalized approach over the virtual option.
Current statistics reveal that compared to their more experienced counterparts, young workers are twice as likely to suffer injuries and are five times more likely to get injured during their first four weeks on the job.
In our most recent Reader Panel survey, we asked safety professionals about safety budgets and whether the global financial crisis is affecting how their organizations are dealing with safety spending.