5 Ways to Build Resilience and Productivity in Times of Change

Human beings possess an innate primitive survival mechanism to be constantly scanning the environment for what can cause harm. This goes back to the days when early humans were exposed to the constant threat of wild animals and other tribes. When feeling threatened or afraid, the amygdala (in the brain) activates the fight or flight […]

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How to Use FREE SOFTWARE to Adapt Your Business to Thrive Through COVID-19

We’re All in This Together & We Want to Help! Extreme challenges are calling for extreme adaptability in order for many SMBs to survive. • Workers are displaced and key work processes are changing. • Expense reduction, resource constriction and realizing efficiencies are top priorities. • Organizations must rapidly adapt their operations. • Safety and […]

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Happy, Healthy Emergence

Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s chief medical officer of health stated, “Fear is contagious” In times such as these, the epidemic of anxiety and fear can be more hazardous than the virus itself. When it comes to the contagion of emotions, social distancing and other safety precautions are ineffective. Anxiety and fear are held and transferred […]

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How to Manage the Pandemic of Fear: Navigating the Unknown with Resilience

Facilitator: Theo Heineman, CRSP, CHSC, B.Sc.Ag., President, 1Life Workplace Safety Solutions. Theo is an international speaker and trainer. She is a Certified NeuroChangeSolutions Consultant, personally trained by leading neuroscientist and New York Times best selling author, Dr Joe Dispenza. She is also trained in the science and practice of heart coherence by the HeartMath Institute. […]

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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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First Aid Kit

CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Harmonization of First Aid Kits across Canada

As of November 23, 2018, the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) issued an amendment to the Manitoba Workplace Safety & Health Regulations. In 2014, CSA Group’s Occupational Health and Safety Standards Program and the Canadian Red Cross’s Workplace Injury Reduction Collaborative Forum held a joint workshop that discussed and reached an agreement that the development of […]

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2018 Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Report Card

Manitoba Growth, Enterprise and Trade, AKA the Workplace Safety and Health Branch has completed publishing enforcement activities for 2018. We summarize them here for convenience sake and with the hope that you will review and share with your stakeholders to prevent similar incidents occurring in your workplace. STOP WORK ORDERS Reference MR W201/02 36(1) A […]

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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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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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Join the Webinar: “Elevated” Risk: The High Cost of Lifting Equipment Failure

Every year in Manitoba there are serious incidents involving lifting equipment that result in loss to people and property not to mention costly unscheduled downtime. The risks with lifting equipment are “elevated” since there is little to no reaction time when there is a failure. Knowledge and prevention are critical!The goal of this webinar is […]

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