As the volume of inbound deliveries increase, so too does the potential for injury during manual unloading. ESL’s Destuff-IT machinery increases unloading efficiency and lowers the potential for strain injuries and mishaps.
A Canadian first, the CSA has defined confined environments in a new national standard as “a workspace that is fully or partially enclosed; not designed or intended for continuous human occupancy and has limited or restricted access.”
Ontario manufacturers have only a couple months to put policies in place that are in compliance with new Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) amendments, but many are unsure what they need to do.
Bradley Haslam, 18, member of overnight cleanup crew
Regulation would have directly impacted the way manufacturers customize their machinery.
Both managers, inspectors blamed
Problem could hamper clean-up efforts
Up to $25,000 per day
Callous approach to worker safety in China that leads to frequent industrial disasters.
Mishap occurred while loading steel beams on a truck.
New union’s name and logo comes a year and a half after discussions and consultations on the New Union Project began.
Incidents involved burns from a molten steel and a fireball, a fall and a falling cart.
Businesses, governments and organizations collaborate on $1.2 million project
The next step will be to bring reactor back to full power
Barbara Boxer says federal investigators need to examine equipment swap that led to the malfunction
Harris Nuclear Power Plant forced to shut down last week; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Committee launches investigation
Projects in ocean technology, natural resources, and advanced manufacturing gets $1.8 million in funding.
Existing compensation plan only covers Fukushima residents
But, electronics giant still has work to do on reducing work hours.
Security flaws revealed at Y-12 after three protesters—including the 83-year-old—gained access to most secure part of complex
Analysis found likelihood of tanker spill ranges from one every 23 years to one every 196 years
Incident took place on a manufacturing line at Dortec Industries, a division of Magna.
You'll need an engineer's OK after Sept. 1.