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Fall / Winter Driving in Canada Daniela Soto
Fall / Winter Driving in Canada
Canadians are experienced when it comes to driving in the snow and ice, but statistics prove the first months of fall pose the greatest challenge for vehicle operators. Even the best of drivers may find their skills tested during fall and winter conditions. Canadian insurance providers traditionally report a 49% ...
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School Zone Safety Daniela Soto
School Zone Safety
We would like to give a friendly reminder to all drivers and their families to be extra cautious on the roads following this long weekend – why? School zones across the province are back in effect More than 700,000 Alberta students will be returning to the ...
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Air Pollution and Your Health Krystal Watson
Air Pollution and Your Health
Depending on the length of time exposed, your health status, your genetic background and the concentration of pollutants, air pollution can: Irritate your lungs and airways Make it harder to breathe Worsen chronic diseases such as heart disease, chronic bronchitis, ...
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DRIVER AWARENESS – AT-RISK DRIVING BEHAVIOURS Daniela Soto
DRIVER AWARENESS – AT-RISK DRIVING BEHAVIOURS
Driving has been identified as the most dangerous activity performed in both our personal and work-related lives. Recent and long-standing studies have identified specific at-risk behaviours which contribute to the majority of vehicle-related serious injuries and/or fatalities. We would like to share the identified at-risk behaviours with purpose of increasing ...
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Canadian Model for Providing a Safe Workplace v.6 Daniela Soto
Canadian Model for Providing a Safe Workplace v.6
The Canadian Model for Providing a Safe Workplace was first issued in 1999 to establish standardized alcohol and drug guidelines ensuring fairness and consistency throughout the industry. It helps to standardize the approach, testing, application and rehabilitation of workers. The purpose of the Canadian Model is to contribute to a ...
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Let's Talk Safety Daniela Soto
Let's Talk Safety
Question for the Audience: What types of Events must be reported to your Supervisor, and when? Answer: All Events must be reported to your Supervisor immediately, or as soon as it is safe to do so. These types of Events are: Near Miss Bodily Injury ...
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Ramadan Across The World Daniela Soto
Ramadan Across The World
Muslims across the world began the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Ramadan, on Wednesday May 16th or May 17th by refraining from bad habits and eating or drinking during daylight hours. Depending on your geographical location in the world, this may lead to a number of challenges. It is ...
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International Day of Mourning Daniela Soto
International Day of Mourning
Last week our industry, our province and our country comes together to remember the workers who have lost their lives, or been severely injured or disabled while on the job. To put in perspective, in Canada 904 workers died from workplace-related injuries or illnesses, and another 240,682 suffered a ...
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Safety Statistics Daniela Soto
Safety Statistics
Happy Monday   Let’s start the week off with safety. We are almost one month into 2018 and we want to recognize the HSE successes that Park Derochie achieved in 2017.  Our safety department sent out these remarkable statistics last week that we want to share!    Safety Statistics   Question: How many ...
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Tagged With: HSE, exposure hours, safety, TRIF
Complacency in the Workplace Krystal Watson
Complacency in the Workplace
When we become complacent it is usually because of confidence and repetition. The more we perform a task without event, the easier it is for our brains to settle into the familiar rhythm of complacency.  Consider the following workers' situations and their levels of complacency:  A laborer, ...
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