Canadian firms reviewing worker safety policies in wake of Hong Kong protests

'An employer has a legal obligation to take all precautions reasonable': Lawyer

Depressed, suicidal police constable a safety concern for colleagues

OPP followed long process to accommodate constable’s mental health issues but didn’t account for health and safety issues for others

Errors with hospital gloves spread bacteria

The road to regulation

Associations across Canada are seeking self-regulation for the profession, but how will this impact OHS professionals themselves?

Sexually harassed worker gets 60,000+

Federal agency’s response to sexual harassment was immediate, but then slowed to a crawl; onus put on victim to help with solution

Train engineer gets one more chance after collision

Collision in rail yard was third incident within a year, but years of service and promotions were mitigating factors