workplace safety

National Day of Mourning – April 28

On April 28, please take the time to honour and recognize the workers injured or killed in Canadian workplaces. Below is an excerpt from Wikipedia, that outlines the history and significance of this very important day. The National Day of Mourning, or Workers’ Mourning Day is observed in Canada on 28 April. It commemorates workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness due to …

Working at Heights, Safety Training, Blog, Canada, Ontario, Onsite-Training

Renew Your “Working at Heights” Training by April 1, 2017

Toronto has experienced incredible expansion and rapid growth in condo developments and additional housing over the past few years. The city’s skyline has changed drastically as developers are slowly replacing the old with the new and utilizing up and coming design trends to make it city of architectural innovation. It is no wonder then that the construction industry has boomed! …

Canadian Propane, Propane, Safety First Training, fuels

Propane: The Cleaner Alternative Fuel

February is expected to be one of the coldest month’s that we have seen this winter, meaning that individuals and businesses will be looking to invest in alternative fuels, such as propane, for personal and professional use. Propane, one of the cleanest burning fuels available to consumers, is quickly becoming a popular alternative to gasoline, diesel, oil and coal. With …