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November 16, 2022

Small acts can help create a positive health & safety culture

Engaging your workers to identify health and safety risks, then developing a plan to manage those risks, can lead to big results for your business.

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What's new

New resources

Product recalls

DMM Compact Swivel Units

Generac and DR Portable Generators

New incident investigation report summaries

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Safety spotlight

Staying connected leads to better return-to-work outcomes

Maintaining connection with an injured worker is proven to support recovery and a successful, timely return to work. These connections also help employers retain workers, increase productivity, and lower costs.

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New health & safety resources finder tool

The My Health & Safety Resources interactive tool helps employers find basic health and safety requirements and relevant resources to maintain a safe and healthy workplace.

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A home renovation shouldn’t actually take your breath away

Asbestos exposure is the number one killer of workers in B.C. Always check for asbestos before beginning a renovation or demolition.

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Become an approved asbestos training provider

WorkSafeBC is now accepting expressions of interest from training providers that wish to be approved to deliver asbestos abatement training. See the training requirements, including the competencies that must be covered by the curriculum.

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Request for input on health & safety resources

We’re continually working to improve our health and safety resources. So we want to hear what you find most valuable.

If you’re interested in taking part in a short user research session via Zoom, please email us with your contact information.

We’re now recruiting for sessions in November. If you’re unavailable this month but would like to be contacted regarding future sessions, let us know.

2023 WorkSafeBC Student Safety Video Contest

Students in grade 8 to 12 are encouraged to submit an original video for a chance to win cash and other great prizes. This year’s theme is "My job, my right to participate." Students can create videos showing why it’s important to participate in health and safety in the workplace — and how young workers can get involved. The deadline to submit is April 4, 2023.

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Winter driving webinar – December 7

Join Road Safety at Work, the City of Kelowna, and the Mainroad Group as they share advice on winter driving challenges from a winter road maintenance perspective. You’ll learn how to plan safer trips, avoid dangerous winter road conditions, and help maintenance crews make the road safer for everyone.

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