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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Firm hit with huge fine after rail car death

In separate case, employer penalized for incident which left worker in a coma

Firm hit with huge fine after rail car death

'Rust' movie to resume filming after Baldwin settles lawsuit

'All of us believe Halyna's death was a terrible accident'

'Rust' movie to resume filming after Baldwin settles lawsuit

Don't miss the 2022 Canada's Safest Employers Awards

Learn about the changes, best practices in Canada's evolving safety industry

Don't miss the 2022 Canada's Safest Employers Awards

COS partners with Canada Safety Council for special reports

New partnership will expand reach of COS and enhance insight into the OHS sector

COS partners with Canada Safety Council for special reports

Arborist death: criminality not ruled out

Vancouver park remains open to public during tree removal work

Arborist death: criminality not ruled out

Construction worker killed after dump truck collision

In separate worksite, employee suffers multiple injuries after being struck by concrete

Construction worker killed after dump truck collision

New Brunswick employer pleads not guilty to workplace safety charge

Extendable arm of a truck came into contact with high-voltage lines

New Brunswick employer pleads not guilty to workplace safety charge

Farm Boy fined after roof collapse injures worker

Worker fell more than 10 feet

Farm Boy fined after roof collapse injures worker

Seven reasons new workers are more likely to get injured

How to ensure employees 25 years and under are safe and prepared

Seven reasons new workers are more likely to get injured

Acid spill site given clearance to reopen

Five litres of hydrochloric acid spilled, two dozen employees sent to hospital

Acid spill site given clearance to reopen