Falls are a leading cause of injuries, and sharing prevention tips is one way we can help New Brunswickers stay safe. Today, we introduca ladder safety campaign focused on social sharing! The resources include a video and infographic.
During National Volunteer Week, we wanted to recognize some outstanding volunteers. Across the province at local fire departments, at sporting events, and at fundraisers for groups like the Heart and Stroke Foundation, you can find WorkSafeNB employees.
All New Brunswickers deserve a workplace that is free of harassment and violence and where unacceptable behaviour is not tolerated. Legislation intended to protect workers from violence and harassment becomes effective April 1.
The annual WorkSafeNB Health and Safety Educator Award recognizes teachers who put safety first in and out of the classroom.
On International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating the impressive contributions of women to our team.
WorkSafeNB is reminding New Brunswickers to safely remove snow from rooftops. Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, employers, contractors, employees and homeowners have obligations to ensure safe work practices when working on roofs.
Did you know repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) are among the most common types of worker injuries?
With New Brunswick’s cold spell, we’re reminding employers and workers to take extra care when working outdoors.
As temperatures drop and snow flies, the number of injuries due to slips, trips and falls increases.
Due to severe weather conditions yesterday, payments for clients are being processed this morning rather than yesterday.