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Publication Type: Fact Sheet Audience: Employees

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July 1, 2008

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This bulletin presents examples of situations where workers are working from home and discusses whether OHS legislation applies in these and similar situations.


Views: 125
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June 1, 2008

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The main purpose of the committee is to ensure that all health and safety concerns are brought into the open and kept there, under the spotlight, until they have been resolved. That cannot be done without some kind of committee whose business is visible to, and accessible to, every person at the...


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November 1, 2007

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This bulletin summarizes information about hazardous materials that the contractor or employer should look for before starting any renovation or demolition project.


Views: 12
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October 1, 2007

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Looks at ergonomic issues in the workplace and the need to consider personal as well as work-related actions that could be considered when looking for solutions.


Views: 18
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May 1, 2007

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This bulletin presents safety measures for preventing overhead crane and hoist collisions


Views: 202
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May 1, 2007

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This bulletin presents what needs to be done to make the hot work situation safe, and what does the Occupational Health and Safety Code require under these circumstances.


Views: 77
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November 1, 2006

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This Safety Bulletin presents information originally published in May 2000 in “Abuse in the Workplace: A Program Development Guide for Health Care Organizations”, published by Alberta Health and Wellness and the Government of Canada, Labour — Management Partnerships Program. The information has...


Views: 333
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November 1, 2005

Description

Commonly referred to as the “General Duty Clause”, every province and territory in Canada has similar occupational health and safety legislation that describes the obligations of employers and workers.


Views: 12
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October 1, 2005

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This information is intended to remind employees about the effects of the cold on their personal safety and ability to work effectively.


Views: 4
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March 1, 2005

Description

Presents information specific to the guarding of commercial dough and food preparation mixers to prevent unintentional worker contact with rotating shafts and attachments.