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How to know if your workplace may need a noise control program.
Ontario workplaces with 25+ employees must have a disconnect policy in place by June 2. WSPS spoke with Monte McNaughton, Ontario's Minister of Labour, Training, and Skills Development.
Distracting and intrusive noise in home offices may trigger noise sensitivity, irritation, stress, and sleep disturbances, affecting our ability to focus, concentrate, and be productive.
Investments in occupational health and safety can yield unexpected and high returns.
Flu season has already begun, and Public Health anticipates more illness and hospitalizations due to the loosening of COVID measures that kept last year’s flu numbers extremely low.
A year into the pandemic, COVID-19 precautions have become a part of routine daily life. But hot weather adds another consideration.
Recent research from WSPS and Ryerson University calls implementing a hearing loss prevention program for OHS consultants "imperative" after finding excessive levels of noise exposure during...
Heat stress not only affects employees working outdoors, but also those who are exposed to radiant heat or who come in direct physical contact with hot equipment as part of their job.
An effective prevention program will provide your employees with the tools and information they need to work safely and protect themselves and your business from the devastation of fire.
You need to develop a written confined space program for confined spaces in your workplace. There are three parts to a confined space program.
Employees who come to work sick cost employers twice as much in productivity losses than employees who stay home.
An electrical hazard is a dangerous condition where a worker can or does make electrical contact with energized equipment or a conductor.
Working in confined spaces during the pandemic adds a new dimension of risk to a high-stakes activity. These workers already face possible exposure to toxic substances, shock and electrocution...
Shovelling safety tips for workers.
Working in hot environments safety tips for workers
Electrical panels and sources can cause shocks and arc flashes, get tips, use our Job Aid to raise your awareness.
An arc flash is a dangerous condition associated with the release of energy caused by a short circuit through the air.
Molten aluminum furnaces can be hazardous. Learn more with our Job Aid.
Working in hot environments can be a hazard and potential health risk. Excessive heat exposure can lead to a range of conditions from discomfort to headaches, dizziness, mental confusion, fainting...
Working in the dark safety tips poster.
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