Millennials and Baby Boomers generally have different values, priorities, and communication preferences. What’s the best way to talk safety with everyone? Effective communication is key to safety at work. This can be a challenge in today’s workplace with different generations working together. Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials generally use different types of technology to […]
Bachmann Farms won AgSafe’s 2016 Champion of Agriculture Award for putting safety first on their dairy farm in Pitt Meadows, B.C. Joe and Andy Bachmann won the 2016 Champion of Agriculture Award for putting safety first on their Pitt Meadows dairy farm. AgSafe presented the award to Bachmann Farms at the BC Agriculture Council Agri-Food […]
“Live for tomorrow” is the motto created by participants in a new youth leadership project for workplace safety. It all started when Richmond School District 38 and WorkSafeBC decided to work together on this pilot project that would teach youth about their rights, what to expect from employers, and how to speak up when necessary. […]
WorkSafeBC received 55 videos by students on the theme: “Impairment at work affect everyone” – and that includes the effects of fatigue.
The next NAOSH Week runs from Sunday, May 1, to Saturday, May 7. This year’s theme is Make Safety a Habit.
Thanks to everyone who reads this blog and does their part to promote safety. Here are the Top 10 most-clicked-on posts of 2015, starting with the one viewed most. 1) Time to start planning for NAOSH Week – This post features a video (see below) that spoofs the TV show Law & Order by Ritchie […]
A national contest includes winning entries from all the provinces and viewers vote for their favourites.
BCCSA’s Jeff Lyth will describe it at Bridging the Gap – an annual conference on construction safety, Nov 12 to 14, 2015 in Richmond, BC, Canada.
“It doesn’t have to be a big, expensive, time-consuming adventure… It’s just recognizing safety in your workplace and allowing everybody to be part of it.”
Traditionally safety is viewed as a lack of injuries and fatalities. But let’s stop for a moment and see it for what it is – not what it isn’t.