2-Minute News

  • IHSA Safety Talk: Dump truck tipovers–workers in vicinity
  • Ministry of Labour focuses on struck bys
  • COR™ Internal Auditor Conference has spaces available
  • Two trucking events provide wide spectrum of information

IHSA Safety Talk: Dump truck tipovers–workers in vicinity

Dump trucks have tipped over when their boxes were lifted. The result has been death and injury to drivers and nearby workers.

Read IHSA’s safety talk on dump truck tipovers- workers in vicinity.

 

Ministry of Labour focuses on struck bys

In September and October, the Ontario Ministry of Labour is focusing enforcement efforts on struck-by injuries caused by reversing equipment and vehicles on construction projects.

The two-month effort has two phases: In September the focus is on prevention education about the hazard. In October, inspectors will begin their enforcement campaign.


IHSA has resources to help prepare for this initiative, including our Struck by Hazards topic web page. Many of these resources are also available as a package you can order through IHSA. To order your struck-by resource kit, call 1-800-263-5024, or email IHSA.


You can also learn more about inspector visits at the MOL website.

 

COR™ Internal Auditor Conference has spaces available

IHSA invites you to our COR™ Internal Auditor Conference at the Centre for Health and Safety Innovation in Mississauga on October 16, 2018.

Here you will meet other current and future internal auditors and obtain valuable information, tools, and experiences to help you be successful in achieving and maintaining your COR™ certification.

Click here for registration details.

 

Two trucking events provide wide spectrum of information

Two trucking-related events are taking place in October that will provide safety information on a variety of topics.


Fleet Safety Council Educational Conference

IHSA is proud to be a sponsor of the Fleet Safety Council’s Annual Educational Conference. The conference will be held on Friday, October 19 at the Centre for Health and Safety Innovation (CHSI).

This one-day event (which is expected to sell out once again this year) will bring together fleet safety professionals from the truck, bus, courier, ready-mix, and waste management industries as well as insurance companies and other related businesses to discuss the latest industry trends.

To register, visit the Fleet Safety Council website.

Gearing up for Mental Health

On October 30, Trucking HR Canada will host its first symposium on mental health in the workplace. The event will also be held at CHSI and is open to all trucking and logistics employers interested in learning about best practices and receiving practical tools on how to address the topic in their workplace.

To register for this event, visit the Trucking HR Canada website.

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