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Impactful Confined Space Training

CONFINED SPACE TRAINING We’ve all been in one of those courses that makes you wish you  were doing something more valuable with your time such as watching paint dry or banging your head against the wall.  We are never surprised when we see students enter our class expecting the day to slide by slower than […]

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AED Sales and Service in Kamloops and the Rest of Canada

OH&S Safety Consulting and Training Solutions Ltd. Wants to Help your Business Become Heart Ready!  AED Sales and Service: Since we started AED sales and service here at OH&S we have come to truly believe in the power of these compact and increasingly affordable devices.  So much has our appreciation grown, that we often wonder why AEDs […]

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Safety Programs for Small Business


You’re a business owner.  Which means you are also a trainer, a motivator, a salesperson, a cleaner, a labourer, a stockperson, an order taker, and order giver, a supervisor, a negotiator, and a health and safety manager… Wait?  What? That’s right, as an employer you must; “a) ensure the health and safety of (i) all […]

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Going Underground

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When Paul Villeneuve was 20, he was buried up to his waist in soil after heavy machinery nearby caused the trench in which he was working to collapse. Fortunately, he got out alive after his brothers, who were working on the job, dug him out with shovels. Villeneuve of Laval, Quebec was one of the […]

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Regina Roofing Company, Supervisor, Fined for Worker’s Tumble

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REGINA (The Canadian Press) — A Saskatchewan roofing company and its supervisor have pleaded guilty to occupational health and safety charges after a workplace accident that left one person with a serious leg injury. The Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety says Clark Roofing Regina Ltd. pleaded guilty last month to two counts under […]

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Project Manager in Deadly Scaffolding Collapse

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TORONTO (The Canadian Press) — A project manager who oversaw a construction crew involved in a deadly scaffolding collapse in 2009 didn’t insist workers be attached to safety lifelines and asked a survivor to lie about the incident, his trial heard Monday. Vadim Kazenelson faces four counts of criminal negligence causing death and one count […]

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