Shane Mercer

Shane Mercer

Shane Mercer is a journalist with nearly two decades of experience covering Canadian news and sports. He is well versed in digital, television and radio platforms. He now focuses on safety in the workplace in Canada.  Shane is a married father of three who enjoys the outdoors, sports, and having fun with his wife and daughters.

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How robots are improving safety at a warehouse in Ontario

Cardinal Health Canada using 80 autonomous robots at distribution centre

How robots are improving safety at a warehouse in Ontario

Open letter calls for heat protection for migrant workers

Province 'should not wait for a tragedy to happen' says advocacy group

Open letter calls for heat protection for migrant workers

Marking 75 years with steampunk time travel

HSPC conference in Edmonton 'an absolute labour of love'

Marking 75 years with steampunk time travel

Persistent gaps in lone worker safety

How to find the right solutions for various work environments

Persistent gaps in lone worker safety

Amazon workers in Quebec sound safety alarm ahead of Prime Day

Employees allege roadblocks in reporting injuries and overly demanding expectations

Amazon workers in Quebec sound safety alarm ahead of Prime Day

New U.S. heat rules met with mixed reactions

What Canadians need to know about first of its kind heat standard

New U.S. heat rules met with mixed reactions

Employees with drug and alcohol issues need better supports

'Many organizations lack comprehensive policies' says expert

Employees with drug and alcohol issues need better supports

The new Workplace Violence Risk Assessment for Ontario educators

Protect education workers from violence, prevent injuries, and meet legal responsibilities with the Workplace Violence Risk Assessment

The new Workplace Violence Risk Assessment for Ontario educators

Bridging the technology gap in healthcare

How modernization can address health and safety issues for patients and workers

Bridging the technology gap in healthcare

How AI could shift legal standards of reasonableness

'What was reasonable in the past will not be reasonable in the future' says safety leader

How AI could shift legal standards of reasonableness