WorkSafeNB is warning New Brunswick employers about people making misleading calls suggesting the employers' safety goods and services are not adequate under New Brunswick’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act.
With summer just around the corner, and a rise in the number of Lyme disease-infected ticks confirmed in the province, WorkSafeNB wants workers to protect themselves before they head into the bush.
Lindsay Savoie teaches Grade 2 at Champlain Heights School. A family tragedy fuelled her passion and commitment to promoting allergy awareness in schools.
WorkSafeNB asks all New Brunswickers to make safety part of everyday conversation to help young workers stay safe on the job.
The annual WorkSafeNB Safety Star Awards recognizes New Brunswickers who make health and safety a priority every day. They lead the way, inspiring and empowering others to do the same.
WorkSafeNB’s 2016 operating results were released today in its 2016 Annual Report.
WorkSafeNB is asking New Brunswickers to protect their hearing at work, at home and at play.
A Riverview High School student has taken top prize in the national Focus on Safety Youth Video Contest.
Today, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) announced the winners of the national Focus on Safety Youth Video Contest.
WorkSafeNB is pleased to announce the winners of its 2017 Focus On Safety Youth Video Contest: