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Improperly used, transported or stored compressed gas containers can take off and explode like rockets.
Workers’ compensation is a complex system built on a historic compromise between two competing yet equal stakeholder groups – injured workers, to whom benefits are paid, and employers, who fund the system.
Antiquated Equipment Can Kill
| PDF Version
Type: Hazard Alerts
Date: February 1, 2003 Last Revised: January 26, 2018
Français: Une machine désuète peut causer un accident mortel | Version PDF
Availability: Online only
A New Brunswick worker died when his clothing became entangled in a shaft he was turning on a lathe.
What workers must do and what employers must do.
When an Accident Happens, workers and employers have responsibilities.