Manual Labour Shouldn’t Mean Manual Trauma

Farmers and agricultural workers of all stripes are unsung heroes in our daily lives. Their efforts to provide the nation with crops, livestock and...

Emergency Preparedness: a Group Effort

Natural disasters occur a lot more around Canada than the average person might think. Severe storms, tornados, wildfires, floods, earthquakes and...

Flood and Water Damage Safety

Did you know that floods are the most common natural hazard in Canada? They are mostly caused by heavy rainfall and/or quickly melting snow and ice....

Home Safety

There can be many safety hazards around the home, but the key is to eliminate risk before an injury occurs. Topics include fire safety, yard work safety, kitchen safety, propane safety, and other relevant issues.

Smoke Alarms Save Lives

Investigations into home fire deaths very often find that a smoke alarm did not sound. It may have been disconnected or not in working order. The batteries may have been dead, or someone may have taken them out. Many fatal fires start at night. Smoke alone won't...

Carbon Monoxide

As the colder weather starts to settle in, people use fuel-burning appliances more frequently in order to keep themselves warm. People need to be extremely vigilant when using these appliances to prevent deadly exposure to the serious hazards of carbon monoxide (CO)....