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How Kool Pak Is Making Health and Safety Fun

As soon as a subject like health and safety becomes boring or begins to sound like work, you’ve lost your audience. It is one of the toughest challenges for industry professionals, Safety Advisors and health and safety organizations around the world. It’s one of the reasons organizations like NAOSH (North American Occupational Safety and Health … Read More


Introducing Road Safety Tools and Resources for Your Workplace

Attend a no-charge, 4 hour workshop to improve the safety of your employees who drive for work. Four dates and four locations to choose from: Victoria: June 14, 2018 New Westminster: June 15 Kamloops: June 26 Vernon: June 27 Our interactive sessions help participants to begin or improve an occupational road safety program that fits … Read More


Solve Workplace Issues by Giving Them the Right Information

Let’s assume you are a member of a workplace joint committee. You already understand your role within the committee as either an employee representative or a management representative. You also understand that the committee as a whole is working together to determine solutions to workplace health and safety issues (by solutions I mean corrective measures). … Read More


What Does Naturally Aligned Classification Unit Mean?

Have you ever wondered why not all trucking-related companies are certified for COR through SafetyDriven-TSCBC? Don’t all trucking companies certify via SafetyDriven-TSCBC? Yes. No. It depends… For this particular topic I think it will be best to quote selections from an addendum in the Standards & Guidelines, the rulebook for the COR program in BC. … Read More


QMM brings NAOSH Week home

“Safety is top of mind at every turn,” is the byword of Quality Move Management (QMM). This national company, Allied Van Lines’ largest agent in Canada and one of the country’s top moving and storage companies, showed their commitment to a strong safety culture last week by hosting a North America Occupational Safety and Health … Read More


Safety Talks are a Tremendous Opportunity to Drive Home the Safety Message

Safety Talks (sometime referred to as Toolbox Talks or Tailgate Meetings) are brief, informal safety meetings which focus on safety topics related to a specific job that can highlight hazards and remind workers of the importance of working safely. Typically about 5 – 10 minutes long, Safety Talks can focus on issues such as workplace … Read More


Press Release: Showing Commitment to Safety in BC’s Trucking Industry

SHOWING COMMITMENT TO SAFETY IN BC’s TRUCKING INDUSTRY Langley, BC / May 15, 2018 – SafetyDriven – Trucking Safety Council of BC (TSCBC) is honouring seven companies for their commitment to keeping their workers and workplaces safe from injury, illness, and disease. Six companies earned their Certificate of Recognition (COR), a designation awarded to employers … Read More


Saluting Women Drivers in the West

Source: trucknews.com ABBOTSFORD, B.C. – Women drivers in Western Canada were recognized today (May 12) during Truxpo 2018 for what they bring to the trucking industry. The Owner-operator’s Business Association of Canada (OBAC) and Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada (WTFC), along with the B.C. Trucking Association (BCTA), honored 23 female drivers with the first Western … Read More


News Release: VPD Steps up Enforcement in Support of Roadside-worker Safety

Richmond, B.C. (May 14, 2018) — Today, the Vancouver Police Department is partnering with the Work Zone Safety Alliance and WorkSafeBC to kick off the eighth annual B.C. Cone Zone Campaign, with an enforcement blitz at a roadside worksite between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at Fraser Street and East 28th, Vancouver (see map below). … Read More


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