Written by Mari-Len De Guzman Tuesday, 20 September 2011 14:22
WHISTLER, B.C. — The level of literacy of your workers could make a big difference in the safety of your workers, a speaker at the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering’s annual Professional Development Conference said.
Written by Mari-Len De Guzman Monday, 19 September 2011 16:39
Attendees to this year's CSSE Professional Development Conference got a dose of the new reality at the opening session, with renowned leadership coach Ian Percy calling for a new way of collaborating for safety and achieving greater success for organizations.
Workers, employers and health and safety committees have a new information resource for preventing musculoskeletal disorders with the announcement from the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety about a new manual designed to help workplaces identify, control and eliminate MSD hazards.
Written by Linda Johnson Thursday, 25 August 2011 09:21
A new university is being launched in British Columbia that will focus solely on education and research around workplace health and safety, return-to-work and disability management, as well as rehabilitation of injured workers. Sources claim this is the world's only university specialized in workplace health sciences.