Jim Wilson

Jim Wilson

Jim is currently a writer for Canadian HR Reporter and Canadian Occupational Safety. 

Jim is a professional writer with extensive experience in writing features, sports and business news, IT software manuals, and online advertisements for local and international clients in various industries. In his free time, he writes travel and sports content, goes to the gym, plays sports, and travels. He also spends a lot of time reading.

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RCMP marks cybersecurity awareness month

Questions for Q&A session welcome to be sent in advance

RCMP marks cybersecurity awareness month

Federal government invests for small businesses' safety improvements

'These grants will help them cover expenses involved in reopening and allow them to build a stronger digital presence'

Federal government invests for small businesses' safety improvements

Ontario welcomes $500 million investment in life sciences

'Ontario is home to leading-edge research institutions, we have a top tier STEM workforce, and our life science and innovation sectors are amongst the best in the world'

Ontario welcomes $500 million investment in life sciences

WorkSafeBC requires employers to submit NOP

Ergonomics Month being held this month

WorkSafeBC requires employers to submit NOP

Fatal electrical shock results in $120,000 fine for Ontario employer

Power to the wires on which the worker had contact were not locked-out

Fatal electrical shock results in $120,000 fine for Ontario employer

Nova Scotia invests in first responder organizations

'This funding ensures they have the tools and equipment to be safe while carrying out their duties'

Nova Scotia invests in first responder organizations

Agricultural employer fined for worker’s hand injury

Incident happened when worker was preparing seed potatoes

Agricultural employer fined for worker’s hand injury

City of London fined after exploding cap injures worker

Employer failed to take the reasonable precaution of ensuring that the internal pressure of the drain pipeline was released before the cap was loosened

City of London fined after exploding cap injures worker

Ontario announces new safety measure for long-term care homes

Foundation invests $2 million to improve LTC, retirement homes

Ontario announces new safety measure for long-term care homes

Ontario adds 35 correctional workers to frontlines

'They now join a group of dedicated staff who contribute to community safety across the province'

Ontario adds 35 correctional workers to frontlines