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.
- Asbestos awareness for homeowners
- Day of Mourning
- Keeping your lone workers safe
- Let’s Do Our Part B.C.
- Preventing noise-induced hearing loss at work
- Sawmill classification unit consultation
- Shift into winter
- Slips, trips, and falls
Canadian Tire is ensuring protocols are followed
Canadian Tire in South Vancouver has remained open as an essential service through the COVID-19 pandemic and has been busy selling cleaning supplies, exercise equipment, home office products, non-medical grade masks and more. "Some Canadian Tire stores in Ontario were closed, but we remained open – it was a blessing," says Carly Ballarin, HR manager at Canadian Tire's South Vancouver store.CampaignPublished on: Jun 24, 2020
Physiomoves is following industry protocols to keep their team safe
As a physiotherapy clinic, Physiomoves strives to get people back to feeling their best. During the COVID-19 outbreak, they initially focused on remote treatment for their patients, but now that restrictions have eased they are happy to be back in the office offering a mix of hands-on and remote physical therapy.CampaignPublished on: Jun 24, 2020
Ocean Park Fine Meats are doing their part as a team
Shaun, owner of Ocean Park Fine Meats in Surrey, has kept his grocery store and craft butcher open through the COVID-19 outbreak and had to implement changes quickly when it first happened. It took a lot of work and planning to determine what adjustments he and his team needed to make to keep their staff and customers safe.CampaignPublished on: Jun 24, 2020