WorkSafeNB announces the winners of its provincial 2018 Focus on Safety Youth Video contest. The contest engaged New Brunswick high school students to create a two-minute video that showcases how they focus on safety.
The Government of New Brunswick is seeking public input on proposed changes to the General Regulation 91-191 – Occupational Health and Safety Act.
On April 28, we urge you to honour the memory of all workers who lost their lives due to workplace injuries or illness, and to resolve to improve workplace health and safety.
David Nickerson stands most of the day at his work station. He occasionally sits to do some paperwork.
The annual WorkSafeNB Health and Safety Educator Award recognizes teachers who put safety first in and out of the classroom.
WorkSafeNB will support five research studies in 2018 through its Chief Medical Officer Occupational Medicine Grant program.
WorkSafeNB announces the winners of its Youth Health and Safety Conference Experience contest. High school students involved in the November 2017 Youth and Health and Safety Conference in Dieppe were asked to submit a testimonial outlining what they learned from the conference and how they’ll share the safety message with others for a chance to win cash prizes for themselves and their schools.
WorkSafeNB’s Nancy Boutcher, assistant director of safety leadership, takes a moment to reflect on bridging the gap between health and safety compliance and a positive safety culture.
On behalf of WorkSafeNB’s board of directors, Dorine Pirie, chairperson, is pleased to announce that Douglas Jones has been appointed the new president and chief executive officer of WorkSafeNB.