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Employer’s regular inspections and maintenance of aging equipment was sufficient to ensure safety of operators, says labour relations board
Collision in rail yard was third incident within a year, but years of service and promotions were mitigating factors
Federal agency’s response to sexual harassment was immediate, but then slowed to a crawl; onus put on victim to help with solution
Associations across Canada are seeking self-regulation for the profession, but how will this impact OHS professionals themselves?
OPP followed long process to accommodate constable’s mental health issues but didn’t account for health and safety issues for others