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C’mon, Baby, DON’T Light My Fire!

Wildfires have been burning up the headlines across BC this summer—again. Last year’s was one of the worst wildfire seasons BC has endured, with 65,000 people evacuated and 1.2 million hectares of land burned. A provincial state of emergency was declared in early July 2017 that was not lifted until mid-September, the longest state of … Read More


There are Still a Few Seats Left!

3rd Annual Speaker Series on Health and Safety “Transportation Safety: What You Need to Know” September 12, 2018 – Prince George, BC Ramada Plaza Prince George The topics are: Keynote:  Trust the Process: Instill a Safety Attitude to Build & Engage a Culture of Safety Marijuana in the Transportation Industry: What’s Next? WorkSafeBC Health and … Read More


COR FAQ’s

What is the Certificate of Recognition or COR? The Certificate of Recognition (COR) program provides financial incentives to employers who go beyond the legal requirements of the Workers Compensation Act and Occupational Health and Safety Regulation by taking the “best practice” approach to implementing health and safety programs. The goal of the COR program is … Read More


Getting a Handle on Workplace Stress

Source: www.ccohs.ca A healthy workplace promotes the total health and well-being of its employees and strives to protect them from psychological harm including stress. A recent white paper released by Morneau-Shepell and the Mental Health Commission of Canada reveals that more than a third (34%) of Canadians cite workplace stress as the primary cause of … Read More


What Fleet Drivers Should Do After an Accident

Source: www.automotive-fleet.com Despite the best laid plans of iron-clad fleet safety policies, accidents will happen, and commercial drivers need to know what to do when the time comes. The annual accident rate for commercial fleets has reached 20% and some industries, such as pharmaceuticals, are even higher. The average non-fleet motorist in the U.S. travels … Read More


Early Bird Cut Off Ends August 10, 2018!

Early Bird Cut Off Ends August 10, 2018! 3rd Annual Speaker Series on Health and Safety “Transportation Safety: What You Need to Know” September 12, 2018 – Prince George, BC Ramada Plaza Prince George The Early Bird cut off ends August 10th; that’s this coming Friday! Don’t delay; sign up now! You are eligible to … Read More


The Importance of First Aid in the Workplace

Source: www.ohscanada.com Although all jurisdictions in Canada require workplaces to provide a first-aid kit, a first-aid attendant and training, many small-to-medium-sized businesses are still not complying with the law. Employers need to remember that many potential situations or medical emergencies can occur in the workplace that have the potential to cause injuries and fatalities. However, … Read More