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Advice from the experts.

Looking for quick and easy to understand advice from industry experts? We’ve created “tips” for topics ranging from managing extreme weather conditions to refueling equipment. Read them today and create a safer environment for you and your employees.

Refuelling Equipment

Refuelling Equipment

Gasoline and fuel oils are highly flammable and if handled improperly, these substances can make refuelling equipment a dangerous task. Be AWARE of the hazards present and follow prevention steps to avoid an incident on your site.

What’s the Danger?

Stop, Look and Move out of Line of Fire - What’s the Danger?

In the workplace, being in the wrong place at the wrong time is sometimes referred to as being in the line of fire. You can be injured or killed by your own actions or by the actions of another worker or even a stranger.

A Permanent Disability Case Study

Permanent Disability - A Permanent Disability Case Study

Todd is 29 years old, married and has two wonderful children. Todd has been working as a moulding press operator since graduation from college six years ago. Todd’s company has a very active safety program and demonstrates true concern for safety…

Preventing accidents with safer lane changes

Defensive Lane-changing - Preventing accidents with safer lane changes

Learning and developing these defensive driving skills for correctly changing lanes will go a long way towards ensuring you remain safe and accident-free on the roads.

5 ways to keep children safe to and from school

Back-to-School Traffic Safety - 5 ways to keep children safe to and from school

Now that September is here, children are returning to school in force and that means we all have a responsibility to be a little more watchful on the roads…

Causes and controls for preventing pinch point injuries

Pinch Points - Causes and controls for preventing pinch point injuries

A Pinch Point is produced when 2 objects come together and there is a possibility that a person could be caught or injured when coming in contact with that area…

How to read and use Material Safety Data Sheets

Understanding MSDS - How to read and use Material Safety Data Sheets

A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is a document that contains information on the potential hazards (health, fire, reactivity and environmental) and how to work safely with the chemical product…

Recognize, Assess and Control MSD on Your Job site

Musculoskeletal Disorders – 1,2,3 - Recognize, Assess and Control MSD on Your Job site

Determine if there have been any injuries related to material handling; Identify where the lifting/lowering, pushing/pulling or carrying tasks occur in the workplace…

Preventing musculoskeletal disorders on your job site

Prevent Pains & Strains - Preventing musculoskeletal disorders on your job site

Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs), most commonly known as pains and strains, can be serious and disabling to Ontario workers. Preventing MSDs should be a key part of every workplace…

Preventing frostbite and hypothermia on your jobsite

Cold Stress - Preventing frostbite and hypothermia on your jobsite

January is the height of the cold season and we’re not talking about sniffles and sneezes, but the reality of working outdoors in freezing conditions, coupled with wind and driving snow…