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*CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION (COR) is a registered Trademark of the Alberta Construction Safety Association) This is the third blog in a series on white papers created from research completed in partnership with the the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA). In the Saskatchewan construction industry, small businesses (less than 12 employees) form more than 90% of … Continue reading The Smaller the Company, the Bigger the ROI with C.O.R.*!
Guest Blog by Michael MacNaughton, White Rabbit VR Safety training is a fact of life in modern workplaces. The trouble is that safety training itself isn’t always safe, it isn’t cheap and it’s not particularly convenient for either the employer or employee. What if there was a magic box that could make all of those … Continue reading Virtual Reality in Safety
CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION (COR) is a registered Trademark of the Alberta Construction Safety Association) This is the second blog in a series on COR effectiveness. As we discussed in the first blog of this series, which you can find here, the study we did with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) sought to answer a … Continue reading Does C.O.R. Help Reduce Injuries?
Written by Christian Browne, Founder/Managing Director of Humo Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are disruptive and costly for workers, employers and society. Wearable technology can help address the risks of injury and keep workers engaged in the process by enabling them to self-manage their safety. One of the more recent advancements is the introduction of industrial wearables in the … Continue reading Using AI Sensors for Safety
I feel extremely lucky to live in Canada. Many who live here might complain about various things: east vs west, left vs right, health care isn’t perfect, etcetera. But, when all is said and done, this is one of the best countries in the world to live. In workplace health & safety, we are amongst … Continue reading Day of Mourning
Since Covid doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon, we are all doing our best to survive. We asked the team how they are dealing with stress, whether Covid or not (there are other things that can bug us, not mentioning any names of family members) and these are their responses. Some may be … Continue reading How Do We Deal With Stress?
As a follow up to our last blog post, we have a guest author – Aaron Frost – who will go into more detail on why using Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) is not the best way to evaluate a contractor. As someone who has had to evaluate contractors on a regular basis, I can … Continue reading Knockin’ Down the Little Guy
Acronyms in themselves are not good or evil…light or dark. However, overuse can certainly cause confusion. And that’s bad. Anyone who has been in health and safety, or had it as part of their “performance measurement”, knows what the TRIF (or TRIR) is. For those of you who don’t know, this is the Total Recordable … Continue reading Revenge of the TRIF
Banana Peels Led to a Cleaner and Safer World! We have all seen the well-used comedy prop, a banana peel. Little did you know – it comes from a real safety hazard of the past. American cities in the early part of the 20th Century had a plethora of banana peels lying around. It seems … Continue reading Comedy Meets Safety
If you haven’t heard of Artificial Intelligence by now then you’ve been living under a rock. AI is everywhere and it’s touted as a solution to all humanity’s problems. However, despite the sexy term and AI’s household-name status, it’s still very much a science that requires deep expertise to use it correctly. One cannot simply … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence is not a Magic Box
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