Learn about our outreach to raise awareness and educate our stakeholders on topics that support our vision of British Columbians free from workplace injury, disease, and death.
- Help prevent workplace violence in schools
- "Listen to Your Gut" to help keep everyone safe at work
- On deck? Put it on.
- Planning work around high-voltage equipment? “Plan for 10.”
- Process safety: Managing risk in high-hazard sectors
- The safety headgear regulation has changed
New course primes construction workers in safety
Starting a new job in construction can be intimidating, especially for young people who don’t have a lot of experience but want to make a good impression. Proper training and support are crucial to their success and safety while on the job.CampaignPublished on: Nov 02, 2021
Street smarts: Raising efforts to reduce the risks for traffic control workers
New Occupational Health and Safety Regulation requirements governing traffic control look to better protect workers.CampaignPublished on: Nov 02, 2021
Preventing the most common work-related disease: hearing loss
We talked with occupational hygiene officer Felix Wang about employer responsibilities for hearing loss prevention, and WorkSafeBC’s new Hearing Test Submission (HTS) system. The system — the first of its kind in Canada — provides detailed information aimed at helping you improve your hearing conservation program.CampaignPublished on: Sep 15, 2021
The evolution of electric vehicle safety
As B.C. outpaces other provinces in zero‑emission vehicle sales, some industry experts say there’s a need for improved safety protocols and procedures for handling electric vehicles and the high‑voltage batteries that power them.CampaignPublished on: Aug 11, 2021