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Safety in the news: addressing the unexpected

August 28, 2015

By Lauren Smith   Dangers on the job come in all shapes and sizes. Some we expect, some we don’t. When I looked through the recent headlines to see what health and safety stories are in the news, I found some less common but equally relevant workplace safety topics have been up for discussion lately: […]

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Bullying: At School or Work – it is Unacceptable

September 21, 2012

By Theresa It’s a new school year and I would guess that many teachers are getting briefed on recognizing and dealing with bullying in school. Bullying is defined as “a repeated pattern of behaviour intended to intimidate, offend, degrade or humiliate a particular person or group—the bully’s target.” (http://alis.alberta.ca/ep/eps/tips/tips.html?EK=11594) As I’m writing this blog it […]

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Preventing dangers… Your six safety stories!

March 16, 2012

By Matt King You know those Mission: Impossible movies? I know I’ve mentioned them before, but, as I was preparing this blog post, I started thinking about all the plans in those movies. In the latest movie, Ghost Protocol, Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt has to, yet again, put together an impromptu plan with his mission […]

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