Bruce Levitt


Essential work is a privilege – don’t blow it

April 20th, 2021

Through most of the COVID-19 pandemic Canadians and their governments have been relatively successful at navigating the fine line between keeping the economy...

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Julie McFater

Director of Marketing

When to report a workplace safety violation: Telling vs. tattling

September 1st, 2020

Scenario: You see a co-worker cut corners in an unsafe manner to finish a job faster. What do you do? Do you report it...

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Matt Burtney

Content Marketing Specialist

What does IoT mean for workplace safety?

October 25th, 2019

2.78 million workers die every year as a direct result of occupational accidents or work-related diseases. That’s a workforce with a population of...

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Tony Guarino

Market Segment Manager - Confined Space

Building a fire? Make sure you’re not making this dangerous mistake.

August 1st, 2019

What is pressure-treated wood? “Pressure-treated” wood is any lumber that has been treated with chemicals to improve its durability. To treat the wood, lumber...

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Derek McEwen

Market Segment Manager, Fire Systems and Mining Technology

How to eliminate dust before it becomes a hazard

July 5th, 2019

Finding an effective dust control solution makes working conditions better and safer for workers and the wider community. A new line of products from...

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Tony Guarino

Market Segment Manager - Confined Space

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Working from a Boom Truck

June 7th, 2019

Boom trucks, also known as bucket trucks or cherry pickers, allow workers to access high, remote locations which can otherwise be difficult to...

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Eric Huard

Market Segment Manager, Personal Safety

What’s So Dangerous About Construction, Anyway?

January 25th, 2018

Construction is huge business in Canada. In fact, the Toronto Region Board of Trade estimates we’ll see a jump of about 147,000 construction-related...

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