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Levitt-Safety Blog

Bruce Levitt

Bruce Levitt | President
Levitt-Safety Limited Oakville

  • Is Your Fire Station Compliant?

    Is Your Fire Station Compliant?

    You know we consider ourselves the leader when it comes to fire protection and safety products in Canada, but did you know we’ve been specializing in the inspection, repair and maintenance of the life-saving equipment used by fire departments for...

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  • Honda Indy Toronto – Levitt in the Fast Lane

    Honda Indy Toronto – Levitt in the Fast Lane

    Last weekend was one for the books! Our team here at Levitt-Safety was thrilled to be a part of the Honda Indy in Toronto. This event is very close to our heart – in fact, we’ve been an integral part...

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  • Take a Look at Our Award-Winning Trucks!

    Take a Look at Our Award-Winning Trucks!

    In case you missed it, we recently welcomed two new mobile service vehicles to Levitt-Safety. These full-service trucks are loaded with tons of great capabilities. Now, we can drive up and perform respiratory fit testing, fall protection inspection and re-certification,...

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  • Bill 30: What Does it Mean for Your Workplace?

    Bill 30: What Does it Mean for Your Workplace?

    As of June 1, 2018, Alberta has implemented Bill 30 -- an overhaul of the province’s previous health and safety regulations. The new bill will ensure that Albertans have three basic rights: The right to refuse dangerous work The right...

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  • Welcome to the NEW Levitt-Safety.com!

    Welcome to the NEW Levitt-Safety.com!

    We're so excited to announce that our new website is live! We have completely revolutionized our design with the needs of our valued customers in mind. Our goal with this update is to not only showcase our catalogue of unique products...

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  • What’s the Difference Between “Explosion Proof” and “Intrinsically Safe”?

    What’s the Difference Between “Explosion Proof” and “Intrinsically Safe”?

    Electrical equipment sometimes must be installed in areas where combustible vapors and gases are used or may be present. These are commonly referred to as “hazardous locations”, and are defined by the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) in Canada. When equipment...

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