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Our blog discussing workplace safety opportunities in Nova Scotia and around the world.


Global Ergonomics Month
This month draws attention to the importance of fitting the job to the worker to avoid unnecessary workplace injuries.

Safe at Sea on the Big Screen in Shelburne
The Safe at Sea video will be screened at the Shelburne Film Expo, Sept 9-10, 2016.

NSLC's prevention journey
A culture of safety is created through leadership and accountability, and it’s something the NSLC has worked hard to achieve over the past five years.

Slips, trips and falls can be prevented: Part 2
A focus on trips, their causes and how you can prevent them in your workplace.

RK MacDonald Nursing Home recognized for commitment to safety
In one year, RK MacDonald was able to combat costs and commit to safety.

Fall Federal Forum time to innovate, collaborate and share
The 2015 Fall Federal Forum brought together leaders from across the country.

Father's Day: What matters most with Dad
Take this Father's Day to think about what matters most with your Dad.

Sun Awareness Week: Prevent skin cancer on the job
It’s Sun Awareness Week and with the days getting longer and brighter, it’s time to remember why we should stay safe in the sun...

Sprains and Strains Most Common Workplace Injury in NS
Sprains and strains are the most common type of injury experienced by workers in Nova Scotia.

Working to Recovery
The best workplace injury is one that never happens in the first place, but when people are hurt on the job, it takes a team of people to help them recover.