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Safety and the movies … Jurassic World

July 17, 2015

By Lauren Smith Dinosaurs. Chris Pratt. More dinosaurs! What more could you ask for in a summer film?! When news broke of Jurassic World, I was among many who could barely contain their excitement. I’ve been a fan of the franchise ever since Jurassic Park hit the theatres in 1993. Although not all the films […]

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Safety and the movies … Sleeping Beauty 

November 21, 2014

By Lauren Smith Recently, Disney opened up its ever-elusive vault to release upon us one of its greatest classics: Sleeping Beauty. It’s a Disney film I’m not familiar with, but there is something special about Disney’s earlier films, and Sleeping Beauty is no exception; the dreamy animation, quirky sense of humour and romantic idealism make […]

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Treat the long weekend like work… sort of. Your six safety stories

August 3, 2012

These wonderful long weekends give all of us a chance to switch up our schedules and get an extended dose of fun (hopefully in the sun). What you might now realize is planning a long weekend, or any getaway, is very relatable to workplace safety. A responsible camper wouldn’t take off to a campsite without […]

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Safety and the movies… Monsters Inc.

July 31, 2012

By Matt King We have done two other Pixar movies for Safety and the movies, doing Ratatouille way back in January and The Incredibles in May. Pixar movies are often great family films, telling great stories with humour and excitement. But, as the two previous movies revealed, for the vigilant viewer they are also rife […]

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Making it work

May 9, 2012

By Jay Zacharopoulos Since June of 1997, employers, workers and the public have committed a week toward the promotion of occupational safety, employee health and injury and illness prevention in the community, known as North American Occupational Safety & Health (NAOSH) week. The goal of the week is to: raise awareness about the benefits of […]

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