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Our blog discussing workplace safety opportunities in Nova Scotia and around the world.


Day of Mourning honours workers who died, were injured or became ill on the job
On April 28, we remember those who have died, were injured or became ill at work. The Day of Mourning offers employees and employers a chance to publicly renew their commitment to improve health and safety in the workplace.

Fishing safety campaign uses children’s artwork to drive the message home
The message of "who do you wear your PFD for" taken to fishing communities from Eastern Passage to Digby and all points in between along the province’s southwest coastline

New mobile app provides health and safety information to promote safe work
A new mobile app from the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety provides health and safety information to promote safe work

Leadership Matters
Close to 150 safety leaders, including many CEOs, met in Halifax to strengthen their commitment to workplace safety

Small and Medium-Sized Business Workplace Safety Workshop
An event that covered topics such as fishing safety, the small business safety toolkit, safety mentoring, and education and training in health and community services.

Warehouse Symposium
An event to share best practices in warehouse and materials management

Global Ergonomics Month
This month draws attention to the importance of fitting the job to the worker to avoid unnecessary workplace injuries.

Safe at Sea on the Big Screen in Shelburne
The Safe at Sea video will be screened at the Shelburne Film Expo, Sept 9-10, 2016.

NSLC's prevention journey
A culture of safety is created through leadership and accountability, and it’s something the NSLC has worked hard to achieve over the past five years.

Slips, trips and falls can be prevented: Part 2
A focus on trips, their causes and how you can prevent them in your workplace.