E-News October 2017

Celebrating the province’s Safety Stars

On October 6, WorkSafeNB presented three individuals and one group with Safety Star Awards at the 2017 Health and Safety Conference in Saint John.

Find out who the recipients were »

Exploring trending issues and a focus on mental health

Bringing together health and safety champions and experts to discuss matters that are important to keeping New Brunswick workers safe.

Read the recap from our conference session »

Shaping young safety ambassadors – PA Safety Days

Did you know, we have received calls from youths who witnessed unsafe working conditions in their neighbourhood?

5 ways that we reach out to youth »

October dedicated to preventing musculoskeletal injuries

October is Global Ergonomics Month (GEM).  Plainly put, ergonomics employs science, best practices and adjustments and fits the job to you, rather than fitting you to the job.

Free resources to help reduce the risk of MSIs »

Buyer Beware!

A firm has been contacting employers and stating that, for a fee, it will provide online WHMIS training as required by law....

What should I do if I am contacted? »

Are you taking your kids to work on November 1?

Parents, relatives or friends who know children in Grade 9 are encouraged to bring them to work on National Take our Kids to Work Day, November 1.

Tips from a health and safety perspective »

Welcoming Gaëtan Guérette to our board of directors

Appointed to the board as an employer representative on July 10, 2017, Gaëtan Guérette has worked in leadership roles all his professional life.

Read Gaëtan's bio »

CCOHS announces Dick Martin Scholarship for Occupational Health and Safety Students in Canada

Find out how to apply »

2018 workers’ compensation rate announced

WorkSafeNB's board of directors estimates the cost to manage the workers’ compensation system in 2018 will be $1.93 per $100 of payroll.

Read more »

Q: My workplace has a piece of equipment with a slightly damaged wheel. I feel it is not safe to use.

What can I do? »
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Célébrer les étoiles de la sécurité de la province

Le 6 octobre, Travail sécuritaire NB a remis les prix des étoiles de la sécurité à trois personnes et à un groupe dans le cadre de sa Conférence sur la santé et la sécurité 2017.

Find out who the recipients were »

La 37e Conférence annuelle sur la santé et la sécurité se penche sur des questions d’actualité

Notre conférence annuelle représente une occasion pour Travail sécuritaire NB, à titre de leader en matière de santé et sécurité au travail, de réunir des champions et des spécialistes de la santé et de la sécurité pour discuter de sujets.

Read the recap from our conference session »

Inspirer de jeunes ambassadeurs de la sécurité – Journées Sécurijour de Progressive AgricultureMD

Saviez-vous que nous avons reçu des appels de la part de jeunes qui ont remarqué des conditions de travail dangereuses dans leur voisinage?

5 ways that we reach out to youth »
What can I do? »
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