Nouvelles de nos membres

  • Six conférences à ne pas manquer pour être au courant des tendances en prévention 5 mai 2022

    Les Grandes Rencontres CNESST du 31 mai au 16 juin 2022

    Puisque s’informer et s’outiller en matière de prévention est un incontournable, la Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) convie employeurs, travailleurs et travailleuses aux Grandes Rencontres CNESST.

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  • PEI Student Places Second at National Safety Video Contest 5 mai 2022

    The Workers Compensation Board of P.E.I. is pleased to announce that Kiera Sharpley, a grade 10 student from Charlottetown Rural, has claimed second place in the national Focus on Safety Youth Video Contest.

    The video contest challenged youth across the country to use their creativity to produce an original video that could be used in social media to illustrate to younger workers the importance of health and safety at work.

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  • Semaine de la sécurité et de la santé 2022 Le 2 mai 2022 – Message du vice-président à la Prévention par intérim, Travail sécuritaire NB 2 mai 2022

    Puisque la vision de Travail sécuritaire NB est de faire du Nouveau-Brunswick l’endroit le plus sécuritaire où travailler, nous sommes fiers d’appuyer la Semaine de la sécurité et de la santé, qui se déroulera du 1er au 7 mai cette année.

    La Semaine rappelle l’importance de la prévention des blessures et des maladies au lieu de travail, à la maison et dans la communauté. En fin de compte, nous travaillons en toute sécurité afin que nous puissions rentrer à la maison auprès de notre famille et de nos amis à la fin de la journée.

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  • Long-term workplace safety culture continues to build in Nova Scotia 2 mai 2022

    WCB to increase focus on ensuring both physically and psychologically healthy workplaces

    Nova Scotians spent less time off the job due to workplace injury in 2021 than the year before, but getting hurt at work still takes far too great a toll, accounting for 2,955 person-years of work lost to workplace injury, according to WCB Nova Scotia.

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  • WorkplaceNL seeking public input for 2023-2025 strategic plan 29 avril 2022

    WorkplaceNL invites input from the public on important strategic issues impacting workers, injured workers, employers and the workplace compensation system as it develops its 2023-2025 strategic plan.

    Strategic issues have a direct impact on how WorkplaceNL can ensure a balance between fair compensation for injured workers, the financial interest of employers who fund the system, and long-term system sustainability.

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  • WorkSafeBC: Day of Mourning commemorates fallen workers 28 avril 2022

    Last year in B.C., 161 workers lost their lives due to workplace injury and illness.

    National Day of Mourning is observed every year on April 28 across Canada. Workers, families, employers, and others across British Columbia come together to remember those that lost their lives on the job, and to renew a commitment to creating healthy and safe workplaces.

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  • New poll shows Ontarians know their right to refuse unsafe work as we mark National Day of Mourning 28 avril 2022

    90% of Ontarians say they know they have the right to refuse unsafe work

    Special commemoration to be broadcast on evening newscasts across Ontario tonight

    CN Tower and Niagara Falls among landmarks to be lit in yellow

    On this year’s National Day of Mourning, a new poll shows Ontarians know their right to refuse unsafe work and most are taking the necessary action to address safety concerns.

    According to the Leger poll* 90% of respondents said they were aware of their right to refuse unsafe work. When asked what they would do if they had a safety concern at work, 63% said they would raise the concern with management.

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  • Travail sécuritaire NB: Jour de deuil 2022 28 avril 2022

    Chaque année, nous soulignons le Jour de deuil, qui est observé le 28 avril, en rendant hommage à ceux ont perdu la vie au travail. Les blessures subies au travail qui changent le cours d’une vie et les blessures mortelles sont dévastatrices et d’une très grande portée car elles ont un effet important non seulement sur les travailleurs et leur famille, mais aussi sur leurs collègues, leur employeur et leur communauté.

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  • Nova Scotians Honour Workers, Families 28 avril 2022

    The news release below was issued today by the Nova Scotia Government.

    On the National Day of Mourning, today, April 28, Nova Scotians come together to remember those who have died or were injured because of a workplace accident or work-related illness.

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  • WorkplaceNL remembers workers who lost their lives, were injured or suffered illness on the National Day of Mourning 28 avril 2022

    Every year on April 28, WorkplaceNL remembers those who lost their lives, were injured or experienced illness due to their work for the National Day of Mourning.

    Last year in Newfoundland and Labrador, 18 people lost their lives due to their work – 3 from fatal incidents and 15 from occupational disease. In the past five years, 140 workers in Newfoundland and Labrador have lost their lives as result of workplace incidents or occupational disease.

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