What are bloodborne pathogens and who needs BBP safety training?
Who needs Bloodborne Pathogens Certificate? Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms that can be found in human blood that cause diseases, including hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV), and human immunodeficiency virus [&[...]
H2S Awareness Explained
What are the H2S hazards? Hydrogen sulphide is a dangerous toxic gas found in many industries. This gas is produced from the breakdown of organic materials in the absence [...]
How to get WHMIS Certificate?
What is WHMIS? The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) provides Canadian workers with information about hazardous products used in the workplace. Under WHMIS, workers have the right to receive [&[...]
Maritime Shipping Safety
The maritime shipping industry serves a vital role in modern economies, where it provides a cost-effective means to transport goods between countries. However, employees working in this sector are exposed [...]
Working at a Desk: Safety Concerns
Working a desk job is one of the safest career paths for employees, yet the sector is not risk-free. What’s more, because such jobs are often viewed as harmless, [...]
Truck Driving Safety
Truck drivers provide a vital service for any industrialized society where goods must travel from producers to distributors, retail shops, and consumers. However, these employees often work alone and are [...]
International Air Freight Safety
International air freight may be a high cost-to-weight form of shipment, but it is also the fastest way to transport goods from one country to another. Since speed is essential [...]
Working with X-Rays: Safety Concerns
Despite the fact that a single x-ray does not emit enough harmful radiation to constitute a health risk, personnel working around or with machines capable of emitting ionizing radiation expose [...]