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Who really needs Working at Heights training in Ontario? Most contractors in Ontario must have the Working at Heights card, proving you have taken the training, by March 31, 2017 A white clock with hands pointing to the word Countdown, counting down the final hours and minutes before the end […]

Who really needs Working at Heights training in Ontario?



The metal box used as the anchor point came loose, dragging him off the structure like an anchor In Elmira, Ontario, a recently-investigated industrial accident that might be termed “Anchor’s Away” was way less amusing than that charming musical comedy. Earlier this week, a company from the small town west […]

Worker pulled 30 feet to the ground by a failing ...



If regulatory authorities can’t be bothered with safety rules in their own photos, what kind of a message are they sending? Recently, the Ontario College of Trades Taxes devoted the front page of their official propaganda rag publication (Trades Today, Fall 2016) to “Promoting Safety & Compliance.” If only they […]

Photo on Ontario College of Trades website shows safety violation



If regulatory authorities can't be bothered with safety rules in their own photos, what kind of a message are they sending? Recently, the Ontario College of Trades Taxes devoted the front page of their official propaganda rag publication (Trades Today, Fall 2016) to “Promoting Safety & Compliance.” If only they […]

Photo on Ontario College of Trades website shows safety violation



Owner erected life-lines and fall protection AFTER his worker plunged 18 feet Three workers were re-shingling a residential roofing in Bayfield Ontario when one of the workers fell 18 feet. The owner, Bradley Clothier, a sole proprietor of AB Roofing from Dorchester, Ontario, had no fall protection equipment installed for his team. […]

Attempts to deceive Ministry of Labour (Ontario) inspector lands contractor ...