Could neuroscience be the future of workplace drug testing?

New headset measures impact on the brain, CEO says solution will help employers identify impairment

Alberta to assist police response to mental health crisis

Province to invest $789,000 in digital platform that provides officers with onsite tools and information

Feds support virtual health services expansion in Northwest Territories

Funding part of $240.5 million investment to enhance health and wellbeing services

How to optimize data for better safety

CEO tells COS that most organizations collect so much information they don't know what to do with it, while 68 per cent of business data remains unused

Province recognizes the safest mining companies of 2020

Awards hail efforts made every day to protect workers, says minister, as coal producer scoops prestigious honour

Mobile COVID-19 vaccine units to open in Ontario

Mobile units designed to strengthen capacity to reach areas where the need is greatest

Join us for our first ever Safety Leaders summit!

'True safety leaders seek collaboration at all levels'

10 most in-demand jobs in Canada in 2021

The pandemic has dramatically shifted the labour market, so which professions have gained traction this year?

"Only God" can tell people to wear a mask, says minister

Manitoba service not enforcing social distancing because church has 'no authority' to do so

OPINION

R-E-S-P-E-C-T, just a little bit

Psychological safety is more and more regarded as an integral part of worker health and safety — rightly so — and there are a number of ways that companies, big and small, can push for better mental health care

Creative sentencing for OHS offences

While conventional monetary penalties remain the norm for health and safety prosecutions, an Ontario health and safety case has us asking: Is creative sentencing gaining traction in courts for workplace health and safety offences?

‘From hurricanes to winds to floods, it’s essential that you and everyone else on the site plan accordingly’

A full run down of my 14-day quarantine period

Maybe Elon Musk has the right idea about crazy corporate titles

PROFILES

My Safety Moment – Natalia Pashutina

Pashutina is a health and safety specialist, teacher and chairwoman of the CSSE B.C. Lower Mainland chapter

Health and safety for all

B.C. Minister of Labour Harry Bains weighs in on the challenges facing B.C. workers

PRODUCTS

Pfannenberg PYRA LED Series Visible Signaling Devices

Products are easy to install and configure

Serious Labs developing virtual reality driving simulator

Innovative VR commercial driving simulator to help reduce costs and greenhouse gases