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Safety Matters


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

Turning Words Into Aid
World Humanitarian Day launches campaign to raise funds

Summer Water Safety
July 20-28 is National Drowning Prevention Week. Learn tips to enjoy the water safely this summer.

Get to Know the Skin You’re In
Prevent skin cancer and know the signs.

The not-so-lazy days of summer
It's important for young workers, parents and employers to talk about workplace safety.

The Gardener's Back
Avoid back injuries in the garden with these tips

Back Injuries, Sprains & Strains
Musculoskeletal injuries are the most common type of workplace injury in Nova Scotia. And back injuries are the number one type of workplace injury.

Working Safe This Summer
Summer is just around the corner. If you work outside these tips will help keep you safe.

Morgan Stobbe is a return-to-work success story
96% of injured workers in Nova Scotia return to their pre-injury employment in a relatively short period of time. When the injury is more serious, it takes commitment and collaboration to help the worker return safely.

April 28 - Day of Mourning
WCB's CEO Stuart MacLean's comments on Day of Mourning

WCB 2012 Annual Report
Moving towards a Nova Scotia that is safe and secure from workplace injury.

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