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Partnering with you to help British Columbians come home from work safe every day. This account is monitored M-F 8am-4:30pm. For emergencies call 1.888.621.7233
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WorkSafeBC 1h
19 men were killed on June 17, 1958 due to the collapse of the Second Narrows Bridge (since renamed the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing). Take a moment to watch our tribute in collaboration with :
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WorkSafeBC 18h
Keeping lone workers safe: Our handbook explains how employers can identify and minimize hazards for employees who work alone or in isolation and how to regularly check on their well-being
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WorkSafeBC 18h
for professional truck drivers:
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WorkSafeBC 19h
Do you know how to reduce the risk of injury in commercial trucking when working with straps? Our Prevention Officer, Sandeep will tell you. Booth 267, the APNA Truck Show
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WorkSafeBC 20h
In the transportation industry? We’re at booth 267 the APNA Truck Show sharing information to keep you safe. Make sure to come see us.
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WorkSafeBC 21h
What is a leading cause of injury to commercial truck drivers? Find out by chatting with our Prevention Officer, Sandeep at the APNA Truck Show
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WorkSafeBC 22h
Visit our booth, 267 at the APNA Truck Show and chat with our Prevention Officer Sandeep about 3 points of contact and how it could save you from injury.
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WorkSafeBC 23h
Visit our booth, 267 at the APNA Truck Show and learn about reducing the risk of injury in commercial trucking when working with landing gear.
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WorkSafeBC 24h
In commercial trucking? Before exiting your cab, remember these 3 things: 1.Apply handbrake. 2.Turn off engine. 3.Remove keys. Learn more at the APNA Truck Show
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WorkSafeBC Jun 16
As a small business owner, you have access over 30 education webinars and seminars, including “Hearing Safety in the Workplace” by our own Occupational Audiologist, Sasha Brown. Register for free: in partnership with
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WorkSafeBC Jun 16
Can you afford 5 months off work? The average duration of truck driver falls from height claims is over 5 months. Let's chat safety at the APNA Truck Show
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WorkSafeBC Jun 16
Did you know that falls are a leading cause of injury for truck drivers? Always use 3 points of contact with getting in and out of your truck. Come see us at the APNA Truck Show
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
Donna's Story - Delivery Truck Driver Safety:
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
Joe’s Story - Short-Haul Truck Driver Safety:
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
Arvind's Story - Long-Haul Truck Driver Safety:
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
What types of footwear can a professional truck driver wear on the job? Sandals? Flip-flops? Find out by talking to us at the APNA Truck Show today and tomorrow.
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
What’s considered proper footwear for truckers? It depends! Find out by visiting booth 267, APNA Truck Show
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
3 points of contact while getting in and out of your truck is a must. Find out why at booth 267, APNA Truck Show
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
As a parent, you’re in a unique position to influence how your kids think about their safety at work. Help keep safety ‘top of mind’ with your kids by downloading our new resource, providing useful tips to help keep your kids safe at work:
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WorkSafeBC Jun 15
Own a small business? We have good news for you. Access over 30 education seminars and webinars, plus 10 “Talk to the Expert” topics from for FREE. Start booking:
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