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Levitt-Safety Blog

Category: In The Community

  • Threads of Life: An Important Part of the Levitt-Safety Mission

    Threads of Life: An Important Part of the Levitt-Safety Mission

    On any given workday in Canada, three people will die from a job-related accident, life-altering injury or occupational disease. Even one is too many. On the morning of our Annual Customer Appreciation Golf Tournament and Trade Show, Patti Penny showed up...

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  • Work in safety? Follow the top 3 Reddit groups

    Work in safety? Follow the top 3 Reddit groups

    Here at Levitt-Safety, we’re a fan of Reddit. In contrast to our favourite LinkedIn groups, Reddit groups offer a more candid look at the everyday challenges of working in the world of occupational health and safety. It also gives us...

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  • Fall Back Safely! 6 Daylight Savings Safety Tips

    Fall Back Safely! 6 Daylight Savings Safety Tips

    Isn't it funny how just one hour difference can seem to offset our routines so much? Being creatures of habit, it can be tough adjusting to the new time for the first few days. However, this transition presents the perfect...

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  • Heading to CIM? Check Out Our Favourite Vancouver Spots!

    Heading to CIM? Check Out Our Favourite Vancouver Spots!

    Vancouver: Where business meets pleasure. Heading to the 2018 CIM Convention May 6th to 9th? Add a little pleasure into your trip and find your perfect adventure with our top spots to visit in Vancouver! Where to relax Visit Stanley Park by foot...

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  • The Top 3 Reasons to Attend the CIM Convention

    The Top 3 Reasons to Attend the CIM Convention

    Are you planning on attending the CIM Convention in Vancouver? Looking for some tips to get you #CIMReady? Don’t miss the opportunity to attend and learn new perspectives and solutions for your unique mining challenges. Come learn and share best...

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  • Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due to Potential Safety Risk

    Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due to Potential Safety Risk

    A yellow tab was left on a smoke sensor by the manufacturer, possibly preventing the alarm from working. [caption id="attachment_14148" align="alignright" width="300"] Examine the back of your smoke alarm to locate the model number and date code.[/caption] Product description This recall involves two...

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