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Safety Ahead Ltd.

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  • 13 September 2018
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Safety Ahead Ltd.

Safety Ahead offers a wide variety of services designed to assist companies with developing and maintaining an effective health and safety management system. 

Safety Admin

A user-friendly, versatile way to manage your safety program with ease!

  • 22 August 2018
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Safety Admin

Safety Ahead has recently become the only Alberta distributor for Safety Admin! Safety Admin is a web based health and safety program used to streamline company safety documentation and processes.

Working in Severe Weather

The Do's and Don'ts

Working in Severe Weather

Thunderstorms are common in hot weather, during the summer months. Lightning occurs about once every three seconds in Canada.

Lightning is up to a million times more powerful than household current, and it can be deadly. In Canada, lightning takes an average of six to seven lives every year and seriously injures up to 60 to 70 people. Lightning causes about half the forest fires in Western Canada, the number of lightning strikes in Eastern Canada is highest in Windsor, Ontario followed by Toronto and Hamilton. Lightning usually strikes protruding objects (trees, towers, buildings, etc.) and higher ground. Metal objects also are at a very high risk of getting struck by lightning.

When a person is struck by lightning, the injury could be made worse from personal electronic devices such as cell phones, beepers, iPods, and Walkman’s. Metal conducts the electricity which causes burns. Jewelry, coins and personal electronic devices have been known to cause burns.

 

Bill 30: Safety Program Requirements

  • 23 April 2018
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Bill 30: Safety Program Requirements

With the changes introduced by Bill 30 that are required to be implemented by July 1, 2018, many company owners are worried and wondering what this will mean for them in regards to the safety program requirement.

Keeping Albertans Safe at Work

Quoted from the ACSA Advisor Fall 2010 Volume 22 Issue 3

Keeping Albertans Safe at Work

Packed with field-ready logbooks, NCR booklets, user guide safety forms and folding cards, Safety in a Box™ contains everything small and mid-size companies need to set up and manage an effective safety program in a matter of hours.

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