Safety

B.C sawmill explosions report calls for stronger accountability

Incidents should be investigated with ‘criminal lens’: USW

B.C sawmill explosions report calls for stronger accountability

Workplace manslaughter law to take effect in Australia in 2020

Violators to be fined up to 15 million or imprisoned up to 20 years

Workplace manslaughter law to take effect in Australia in 2020

Saskatchewan releases new strategy to deal with injuries, fatalities

Four priority areas include asbestos exposure, falls from heights

Saskatchewan releases new strategy to deal with injuries, fatalities

Standard needed for workplace fatigue: study

'Could address gaps in legislation to protect health and livelihood of workers’

Standard needed for workplace fatigue: study

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