How to properly wear earplugs

Earplugs are standard issue PPE on many worksites, but are they being worn properly? Find out how to use them right and really protect your hearing.

Tips or safe evacuation assembly points

Deciding where to locate your muster point is just the beginning. Find out what else you need to do to keep everyone safe.

Mobile safety technology

Using mobile technology can greatly enhance a safety professional's job. Find out why.

Workplace sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is detrimental to mental and physical health. Find out what steps employers should take to prevent it from happening in their workplaces.

What HAZMAT levels mean

HAZMAT levels allow workers to remain safe when working with hazardous materials - but only if they know what they mean.

Flame-resistant workwear for winter weather

Layering flame-resistant clothing is a great way to deal with cold weather. Find out how to get the FR protection you need throughout the winter.

SCBA 101 - Meet the Respirator that Will Save Your Life

In some cases, using a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) is the only way to ensure a supply of breathable air. Find out how to select the right one.

Top Canadian safety training courses

Canadian safety professionals have hundreds of training courses to choose from. To help you sort through them, we've selected a few of the best.

How to Build a Sustainable Safety Culture

Every company promotes safety, but how can you do more? Learn about building a sustainable safety culture.

Fall safety for oil and gas work

Oil and gas workers face many dangers, especially when working at height. Find out how to reduce the risks.

Detecting, Sampling, and Measuring Silica on Your Job Site

What silica control measures does your workplace needs? Depends on your silica levels. Learn more about measuring your levels here.

Fall Protection and Leading Edges: What You Need to Know

Leading edges pose a serious danger to construction workers. Find out how to stay safe from falls during construction projects.

How outdoor workers should dress in cold weather

Cold-related injuries are entirely preventable. Find out how to dress for outdoor winter work.

Quiz: Test Your Knowledge About Heat and Hydration

Hydration is an often-neglected aspect of maintaining worker safety. Take the quiz and test your knowledge!

Confined space

Confined spaces open the door to a host of associated hazards. Learn what a confined space is, and how to stay safe when working in one.


What are the most common toxic gases in confined spaces?

Toxic gases can be produced by materials deliberately used or stored in confined spaces, can be produced by natural processes, can be accidentally introduced into the...

What is a hazardous atmosphere?

According to OSHA, a “hazardous atmosphere” is an atmosphere that may expose employees to the risk of death, incapacitation, impairment of ability to...

What features should a mobile safety solution have?

1. Intelligent FormsIntelligent forms dynamically change for users based on who’s using them, where they’re using them, and what they're doing. When a...

How long should an SDS be kept?

In absolute terms, no. OSHA’s Hazard Communication (HazCom) standards do not require that companies retain Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for a minimum duration of time....

What is oxygen deficiency?

Fresh air contains approximately 20.9% oxygen (O2). According to OSHA, atmosphere that contains less than 19.5% by volume is hazardous due to oxygen deficiency. As the...

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