On-Site Magazine

Health & Safety

July 12, 2021  

Multiple people dead after construction crane collapses in Kelowna, B.C.

KELOWNA, B.C.—The head of a development company building a

June 2, 2021  

Soft skills and hard times: Female leadership during COVID

The shift from head to heart is not novel

June 2, 2021  

Worsening opioid crisis taking outsized toll on Ontario’s construction workforce

The spotlight remains trained squarely on COVID-19, but several

June 2, 2021  

WSIB accepting entries for health and safety awards for small businesses

Ontario’s Workplace Safety & Insurance Board is accepting entries

May 26, 2021  

Widening vaccine rollout leads to questions about mandatory proof of vaccine policies

After a slow start, the vaccine rollout in Canada

May 25, 2021  

Thousands to get vaccine at clinic hosted by EllisDon, Flynn and Modern Niagara

Thousands of Ontarians are getting their COVID-19 vaccines not

May 21, 2021  

All construction in Ontario to be allowed to reopen by mid-June

All construction projects across Ontario will be allowed to

May 5, 2021  

New version of Alcumus Safety Intelligence provides key data in real-time

Risk management-focused tech firm Alcumus has introduced an enhanced

May 3, 2021  

Safety is not proprietary: Five ways to build a stronger safety culture

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all and has

April 27, 2021  

Driver killed on QEW after excavator clips overhead sign, causing it to collapse

A 46-year-old driver from Toronto has been pronounced dead

April 24, 2021  

N.S. man gets community sentence for shooting Black co-worker with nail gun

PICTOU, N.S.—A Nova Scotia man who shot a young,

April 22, 2021  

Ontario contractor fined after formwork, worker tied off to it fall 21 feet at job site

A concrete formwork contractor has been fined $60,000 after

April 19, 2021  

Prompt firings, denunciations follow job site stripper incident in Milton, Ont.

Several Ontario construction workers have been fired after a

April 16, 2021  

Ontario shuts non-essential construction as COVID-19 case counts hit record

The Ontario government is extending its stay-at-home order to

April 15, 2021  

Ontario workplace inspection blitz to target 1,300 construction sites

200 workplace inspectors alongside provincial offenses officers are expected

April 7, 2021  

Ontario issues new stay-at-home order, but job sites allowed to remain open

Six days after the Ontario government implemented what it

April 1, 2021  

Ontario yanks ’emergency brake,’ bringing back shutdown; construction stays open

All of Ontario will return to a lockdown-like state

March 17, 2021  

Two workers killed in B.C. after boom of concrete pump truck breaks

GABRIOLA, B.C.—The RCMP say two workers have died after

March 2, 2021  

Northern Ontario contractor fined after worker killed by rolling telephone pole

A contractor based in Chelmsford, Ont. — just outside

February 17, 2021  

Fine for Ontario contractor after worker killed in excavator with TOPS removed

A contractor has been fined $200,000 for the death