Safety and Security
Tool Teaches Newcomers About Workplace Safety Rights And Responsibilities

Tool Teaches Newcomers About Workplace Safety Rights And Responsibilities

As unfortunate as it is, research now indicates that Ontario’s newcomers are more likely to be employed in higher risk jobs than their Canadian-born counterparts
Safety Training The Small Investment With Big Benefits

Safety Training: The Small Investment With Big Benefits

Only one in five Canadians reports receiving safety training in their first year of a new job, according to a study from the Institute for Work and Health (IWH).
Workplace Safety In Ontario Failure Is Not An Option

Workplace Safety In Ontario: “Failure Is Not An Option”

The consequences of not keeping workplaces safe can be tragic and costly; but doing the right thing can pay big dividends for workers and employers.  
Protecting Workers In Ontario s Most Dangerous Industries

Protecting Workers In Ontario's Most Dangerous Industries

In recent years, experts within the mining, forestry and construction industries have been working hard to improve safety and reduce incidents and injuries, the results have been very positive.  
Break And Enter You Can Protect Yourself And Your Property

Break And Enter? You Can Protect Yourself And Your Property

The Toronto Police Service investigates many different types of crime, however the one crime that has been most prevalent recently is residential break and enters.
Do You Know Your Fire Extinguisher ABCD s

Do You Know Your Fire Extinguisher ABCD’s?

Many people have a fire extinguisher, but they may not have the slightest idea when it comes to using one.
What Defines Dangerous Work

What Defines Dangerous Work?

In 1991, the Supreme Court of Canada made clear the importance of regulating the safety of workplaces.  
Don t Let Safety Slip Away Tips To Prevent Slips

Don't Let Safety Slip Away: Tips To Prevent Slips

If you've ever slipped on an oily patch of floor or tripped over a loose piece of carpeting you know how easy it can be to take a fall. And if you did fall, you would join the more than 42,000 people who get injured each year in work-related falls.
Cooking Oil And Grease Fires A Major Cause Of Residential Fires In Canada

Cooking Oil And Grease Fires: A Major Cause Of Residential Fires In Canada

Kitchen fires due to cooking oil or grease igniting into flames cause the fastest-spreading and most destructive type of residential fire.
Child Safety In The Home

Child Safety In The Home

One of the realities of today’s society is the pressure for children to stay home alone for a short time after school until a parent returns from work.
A Family Fire Escape Plan Is An Essential Survival Tool

A Family Fire Escape Plan Is An Essential Survival Tool

It’s easy to think a fire “will never happen to me.” But what if it does?
Responsibilities And Rights Knowing Them And Learning Them Effectively

Responsibilities And Rights; Knowing Them And Learning Them Effectively

Employers have a number of specific and general responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, including taking every reasonable precaution to protect their workers and following the law.   

Working From Heights: The Value Of Proper Training

PreventionIn mid-April, 44-year old construction worker William Cerqueira slipped while trying to peel back a piece of plywood on the third floor of a Toronto job site. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Working From Heights: The Value Of Proper Training

Renewing Our Commitment To The Canadian Workforce

Workplace SafetySafety, wellness and comfort in the workplace starts with proactive measures and proper planning.

Renewing Our Commitment To The Canadian Workforce

Safety First: Mike Holmes On Workplace Well-being

Workplace SafetyMediaplanet sat down with TV Host Mike Holmes to talk about what it takes to ensure safety and efficiency on the worksite.

Safety First: Mike Holmes On Workplace Well-being

Do You Know Your Fire Extinguisher ABCD’s?

Home LivingMany people have a fire extinguisher, but they may not have the slightest idea when it comes to using one.

Do You Know Your Fire Extinguisher ABCD’s?

Break And Enter? You Can Protect Yourself And Your Property

Home LivingThe Toronto Police Service investigates many different types of crime, however the one crime that has been most prevalent recently is residential break and enters.

Break And Enter? You Can Protect Yourself And Your Property

Tool Teaches Newcomers About Workplace Safety Rights And Responsibilities

Workplace SafetyAs unfortunate as it is, research now indicates that Ontario’s newcomers are more likely to be employed in higher risk jobs than their Canadian-born counterparts

Tool Teaches Newcomers About Workplace Safety Rights And Responsibilities

Don't Let Safety Slip Away: Tips To Prevent Slips

PreventionIf you've ever slipped on an oily patch of floor or tripped over a loose piece of carpeting you know how easy it can be to take a fall. And if you did fall, you would join the more than 42,000 people who get injured each year in work-related falls.

Don't Let Safety Slip Away: Tips To Prevent Slips

Fostering Mental Health In The Workplace

Workplace SafetyToday, more than ever, there’s a higher expectation that employers will take our health into consideration while we’re on the job. 

Fostering Mental Health In The Workplace

Safety, Gloves And Psychology

PreventionChoosing the right safety equipment makes employees more productive, sure, but it also has psychological benefits. When workers feel confident about their safety, they feel valued.

Safety, Gloves And Psychology