Julie McFater

Director of Marketing

5 quick tips for better office ergonomics

January 30th, 2020

What do migraines, fatigue, blood vessel constriction, jaw pain and digestive issues all have in common? They can all be caused by bad...

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Julie McFater

Director of Marketing

Try before you buy: why more companies are opting to rent safety equipment

February 25th, 2019

John Lindsay likes helping people who are in a pinch. “I operate off the seat of my pants, but I never fail to...

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Bruce Levitt


Chemical Routes of Entry

January 5th, 2019

There are four major routes of entry chemicals can follow: Inhalation (breathing) Absorption (skin contact) Ingestion (eating) Injection How a chemical enters your body: Breathing is the most common...

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Eric Huard

Market Segment Manager, Personal Safety

The Top 3 Ways the Internet of Things Can Keep You on Schedule, on Budget and Compliant

August 21st, 2018

Have you ever written down a note to yourself that’s super important on a Post-it, only to lose that Post-it and forget everything?...

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Julie McFater

Director of Marketing

Lifting is part of the job. Back injuries shouldn’t be.

July 5th, 2018

Did you know that 80 per cent of work-related back injuries are a result of manual materials handling (MMH)? Lifting is common in...

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Maureen McGillis

Digital Marketing Strategist

Why Your Workplace Needs a Health and Safety Committee

June 22nd, 2018

Would your workers know what to do if they observed a risk in the workplace? Do they know who to go to in...

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Julie McFater

Director of Marketing

Occupational Cancer: Are You at Risk?

June 21st, 2018

What are you exposed to while on the job? As millions of Canadians head into work each day, the Ontario Cancer Research Centre...

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Jonathan McCallum

Market Segment Manager: Occupational Health, Industrial Hygiene & Environmental Monitoring

Respirator Fit Testing Tips and Tricks: Basic Trouble Shooting

April 17th, 2018

If you’ve ever performed QNFT (quantitative) respirator fit testing, you know that the process can sometimes be challenging and interspersed with occasional failed...

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Paul Kroes, B.Sc.

Instrumentation Specialist

Peracetic Acid: The hazardous chemical used in the food industry that no one wants to talk about

February 2nd, 2016

Chemists always seem to come with up new chemicals and new uses. One that’s quickly gaining popularity is peracetic acid, or PAA. PAA...

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