On April 28, Canadians observe a Day of Mourning to remember workers who were killed, injured or disabled on the job. Join us in honouring their memory.
All workers need to know how to work smart and stay safe and that starts with taking care of your mental and physical wellness. This is particularly important for young workers just entering the workforce.
SafeGen facilitates the education of youth to help significantly reduce fatalities, injuries and illness in the workplace.
NAOSH Week focuses employers, workers, partners and the public on preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home and in the community.
Threads of Life provides workers and their families with one-on-one peer support and guidance after a workplace injury, illness or fatality.
The Put Yourself in Our Boots campaign helps organizations think about workplace safety from the perspective of emergency responders and provides the tools to help make changes in their workplaces.