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Levitt-Safety Blog

Month: 06-2018

  • Test Your Safety Knowledge with this FREE Evaluation

    Test Your Safety Knowledge with this FREE Evaluation

    Safety standards are always evolving and improving. As tools and technology continue to progress and new legislation comes into place, workplaces across Canada are challenged to keep up with what’s new in the world of safety. For this reason, regular...

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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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  • Why Your Workplace Needs a Health and Safety Committee

    Why Your Workplace Needs a Health and Safety Committee

    Would your workers know what to do if they observed a risk in the workplace? Do they know who to go to in the case of an emergency? Navigating workplace health and safety can seem like a daunting task, but...

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  • Occupational Cancer: Are You at Risk?

    Occupational Cancer: Are You at Risk?

    What are you exposed to while on the job? As millions of Canadians head into work each day, the Ontario Cancer Research Centre is working towards finding the link between carcinogens found on job sites and the development of cancer....

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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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  • Carbon Monoxide: What You Need to Know

    Carbon Monoxide: What You Need to Know

    Many Canadians die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning in their own homes — most of them while sleeping. Hundreds are hospitalized, which often results in permanent disability. Everyone is at risk – 88% of all homes have something in...

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