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  The quarterly newsletter for Safety Professionals

Q3, 2008

::  Issue 11
Top Story
'Safe At Work Ontario' Launched!

The Ontario Ministry of Labour has announced that a compliance program that ran between April 2004 and March 2008 has reduced the annual workplace injuries rate by 20% over that period (that's more than 50,000 incidents!).

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ASK THE EXPERTS
How often do I train my employees?
This is a question that many employers ask themselves. The answer depends on the training that you require.
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In the News
Fall Protection Incident

Grant Forest Products Inc., located in North Bay, Ontario, was fined $90,000 in July 2008 for failure to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

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New Products Offered by YOW Canada: WHMIS Regulations Binder!
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Online Training - Buy Today and Train Anytime!
 WHMIS, SIMDUT, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Confined Spaces ,and Fall Protection coming soon
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WHMIS for SCHOOLS
Train staff & students
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1306 Algoma Road
Ottawa, ON K1B 3W8
1 (866) 688-2845
www.yowcanada.com
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