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


CBC Highlites Transport Safety Board Report
A story by the CBC entitled "High death toll in fishery flagged in Transport Safety Board report" continues to highlight the findings of the Transport Safety Board report, noting that a three-year investigation shows fatalities in Canada's fishing industry have remained high with, on average, one mariner a month being killed at sea.

Report underscores focus on safety
A recent Transportation Safety Board report is a stark reminder of the importance of our work to change the safety culture in Nova Scotia's fishing industry.

Father's Day
On Father’s Day, Dads may get a chance to sleep in or even have breakfast in bed.

Davis Day in Nova Scotia
June 11 is Davis Day, an annual day of remembrance of miners who were killed on the job in Nova Scotia.

Back safety tips
Every single back injury suffered by a Nova Scotian worker is avoidable. You can keep yourself, and your friends at work, safe by using these safety tips:

Remembering Westray's victims
Today marks the 20th Anniversary of the Westray Mining Disaster. It was one of the worst workplace health and safety tragedies in Nova Scotia’s history.

NAOSH Week
This is the North American Occupational Safety & Health (NAOSH) Week, a time to focus the attention of employers, employees, the general public and all partners in occupational safety and health on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home and in the community.

Who's got your back?
Nova Scotia is getting safer. Our province’s workplace injury rate is at a 15 year low.