Whether you're on the road for work or for pleasure, as the weather conditions change so should the way you drive. Visit shiftintowinter.ca for resources and tips on how to stay safe on the road this winter.
Resources for employers on workplace impairment
This guide contains information to help identify and eliminate hazards faced by workers in the craft brewing and distilling industry.

You can also order print versions of this guide from the WorkSafe Bookstore.
This bulletin outlines requirements for summoning and providing qualified assistance to manage a falling difficulty or deal with an emergency.
WorkSafeBC is asking for feedback on our checklist resources. If you're an employer, we'd appreciate if you took a few minutes to fill out this survey.
The Notice of Project online submission process is being upgraded. By the end of 2018, employers will have access to customized new forms that will be easier to complete.
In this issue:
  • Kelowna roofing firm takes safety to the next level
  • Managing fatigue in the workplace
  • Vancouver brewery gives young workers a voice
Ergonomics resources
Spotlight on Safety
October is ergonomics month. Ergonomics can reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries (MSIs), the most common work-related injuries in B.C.
Bridging the Gap construction safety conference
October 25 and 26, 2018; Vancouver
This year's conference theme is "Preparing for Tomorrow... The Future of Health and Safety in Construction." Network with peers while learning about health and safety issues in the construction industry.
This annual event acknowledges winners of B.C.'s NAOSH Week Awards and CSSE B.C./Yukon Achievement Recognition Awards. Register to attend.
An assembly error affecting some lifelines could result in the lifelines not arresting a fall. Lifelines with lot codes 12092430 through 18062730 are affected.
Courses are offered around the province on a variety of topics including joint committees, incident investigations, supervisor responsibilities, and more.
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