Heat Stroke is No Joke

Canadian weather has a way of tending to the extremes. Traditionally (and perhaps stereotypically), the country is associated with extreme cold, ice and wintery conditions. However, the summers can be just as intense and come with a unique set of circumstances that...

Don’t Let Safety Grind Your Gears

Throughout the past century, much has evolved in the agricultural industry – and this is most obvious when we look at the machinery that farmers count on to make their day-to-day tasks easier. From power steering in tractors to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) becoming an...

Drowning: It can happen in seconds

Drowning is a leading cause of preventable injury and death in children under 10 in Canada. Sixty per cent of drownings occur in the four summer months from May to August, according to the Canadian Red Cross. For parents and caregivers of children, part of the problem...

Hot Car Warning

On days that seem almost mild, as well as on summer days of searing heat, the passenger compartment of a car can turn into an oven, with potentially deadly consequences. In the confined space of a car, temperatures can climb so rapidly that they overwhelm a person's...

Safety: The Key to Happy Campfire Memories

What could be more Canadian than roasting marshmallows, singing songs and socializing around a roaring campfire in the evening? Follow this simple advice from the Canada Safety Council to help make sure everyone will have happy memories. If there is a fire pit use it,...

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