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CALL or CLICK Before You Dig!

April was Dig Safe Month in Canada, but now that the weather is getting warmer and many people will be starting new projects, it is a good time to remind people to CALL or CLICK before you dig. Whether you are putting in a fence, building a new deck, putting in a garden, or undertaking
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We’re Ready to Launch!

Your Safety in Schools team is pleased to announce the launch of our newest course, Heavy Machinery – It Always Wins. This course focuses on the very real dangers of working with and around heavy machinery. Basing lessons off of real-life injuries and fatalities, Heavy Machinery gives students a real-life look at the severe consequences
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Emergency Preparedness Week

Emergency Preparedness Week runs May 7 – 13. It is an annual event that is coordinated by Public Safety Canada, in close collaboration with the provinces and territories. That it runs the same week as NAOSH Week is quite appropriate. While NAOSH week focuses on occupational safety and health, Emergency Preparedness Week highlights the importance
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April is Dig Safe Month!

Hidden from public view are complex networks of buried cables, wires, pipelines, water mains and sewer lines. This infrastructure delivers heat, electricity, water, phones and Internet access to your homes and offices, making modern life possible. Although these networks are more extensive in cities and towns, buried infrastructure, such as transmission pipelines, also traverses great
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ABCGA 2017 Dig Safe Conference

Once again, we will be participating in the annual Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA) Dig Safe Conference in April. This year’s conference is being held at the Sheraton Hotel in Red Deer on April 3 and 4, 2017. The main conference day (April 4) will include several discussion sessions on various topics as well as
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Alberta OH&S Incidents – February 2017

Every month, Alberta OH&S sends out an e-news bulletin with relevant information for employers, workers and others regarding workplace safety in the province. Included in some of these reports are incident summaries consisting of injuries or fatalities that have been recently reported. It is so important that we learn from the experiences of others as
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