Leaders are Learners: Winter Webinar Series

Leaders are learners…come learn with us!  Keep up to date with the latest in leading edge safety and performance management from the comfort of your office. Theo Heineman, President, 1Life Workplace Safety Solutions and Sylvia Marusyk, Occupational Therapist and Keynote Speaker will be sharing: • What workplace happiness has to do with workplace safety and […]

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Take Our Kids to Work Day Celebrates 25 Years!

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 is Take Our Kids to Work Day. Schools across the country will be participating in this exciting and fun event where over 200,000 Grade 9 students get a day to step into their future and experience a day on the job! If your workplace is participating, have you made a plan […]

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Neuroscience: The New Frontier in Safety Management

JOIN THE WEBINAR: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1 – 2PM EASTERN TIME Visit https://www.csse.org/site/career-development/webinars to register today! CSSE Career Development is hosting our President, Theo Heineman as a subject matter expert in their fall webinar series! The most recent statistics from the Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada (AWCBC) tell us that in 2017, 951 […]

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WORKPLACE SAFETY. Do You Know What Your Risks Are & Do You Have A Plan To Manage Them This Season?

Do you know what workplace safety regulations apply to golf courses? Could you withstand a Stop Work order in peak season if you are randomly inspected or have a serious incident? Do you know if you can get insurance for this kind of liability? Do you know that young workers are one of your biggest […]

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Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Workplace Safety Lawyer

Workplace Safety and Health is a unique area of law and not just any lawyer will do when you’re dealing with a serious matter such as a prosecution. In our experience, we have seen organizations that could have established a successful defence and reduced or avoided large fines and a permanent public record, had they […]

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Manitoba Workplace Safety & Health Regulation Amendment: Harmonization of Safety Requirements

The regulations affected are common across most workplaces, so it’s highly likely your business will be affected. In a nutshell, several key workplace safety regulations have been amended to require that the applicable CSA Standard be met. When a CSA or other standard is referenced in a regulation, it becomes a legal requirement and the […]

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FIVE for FIVE = $235,977 in Fines to Manitoba Manufacturers

ALL last five Workplace Safety and Health convictions in Manitoba have been to manufacturers. We have summarized here for your learning and prevention in your own workplace: Why Not Use “Common Sense.” We still see reliance on expecting workers to “use common sense” to ensure their safety and health as a common control measure. It […]

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Top 5 Ways Mobile Technology is Re-Defining Safety Management

Mobile apps have become common place in the way companies and their employees, especially millennials, operate.  Providing ease of use, instant access to information, and increase risk management at lower cost, mobile technologies are re-defining the way workplace safety is managed.   Providing access to the company’s entire safety program at the end of your […]

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Overview of Canadian Environmental Protection Act

The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEP     A 1999) came into force in March 2000 and is an important part of Canada’s federal environmental legislation aimed at preventing pollution and protecting the environment and human health. Its goal is to contribute to sustainable development – development that meets the needs of the present […]

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Deadly 7 of Safety: How the 80/20 Rule Can Accomplish More with Less

Born in Italy in 1848, Vilfredo Federico Damaso Pareto was an important philosopher and economist.  He observed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by just 20% of the population. In the industries he investigated, 80% of the production came from 20% of the companies. This “universal truth” about the imbalance of inputs […]

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