Whether a construction site, dairy farm or in an office space, fall hazards can be present at nearly all work sites. Learn about the common situations that lead to falls and how workers and employers can take action to prevent them.
Choosing the right footwear for the job is important. Having one with a design that will minimize slips, trips and falls helps prevent injuries. Learn how to put your best foot forward by learning about common footwear-related hazards in the workplace.
Slips occur when there is not enough friction or grip between the walking surface and a person’s footwear. Trips occur when there’s an obstacle in the path or change in elevation that a person fails to see. Both can cause injuries. Learn about the frequent causes of slips and trips, and the health and safety solutions.
What employers can expect when Alberta Occupational Health and Safety officers do inspections at work sites. Includes why and when officers show up, how officers gather information, and how they document their interactions, observations and findings.
This resource provides information on how to start recovery work in a wildfire-damaged structure. It includes information on steps employers and workers must take to ensure fire-damaged buildings are structurally safe to enter.