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1 First Notice: 3twenty Modular expands; Winnipeg crane rescue; WorkSafeBC stresses sun safety
2 WorkSafeBC attending next Virtual Roundtable
3 WorkSafeBC conducting investigation into Kelowna crane collapse – Summerland Review
4 WorkSafeBC’s preliminary average premium base rate to remain unchanged
5 WorkSafeBC begin investigation, RCMP ask for video of collapse
6 Road Safety at Work promotes caution on the roads following 207 worker injuries in last nine years – Oak Bay News
7 WorkSafeBC can now shut down businesses due to COVID-19 transmission – Peace Arch News
8 Beat the heat! WorkSafeBC recommends ways to prevent heat-related illness at work
9 WorkSafeBC: Consider closing down in extreme heat
10 Some restrictions back in one area of B.C. as COVID-19 cases rapidly rising
11 WorkSafeBC Releases Updated OHS Part 16 Regulation
12 WorkSafeBC fines Site C contractor $528000
13 WorkSafeBC strikes balance between religious freedoms and safety with new hard hat rule
14 WorkSafeBC finds more than 1,600 violations of COVID-19 safety plans
15 Drivers asked to slow down around roadside workers as province gets busier
16 BC Building Trades urges WorkSafeBC to require 'dignified' sanitary site bathrooms
17 BCTF president blasts B.C.’s response as WorkSafeBC data shows COVID-19-related claims in schools
18 Police seek witnesses and dashcam footage related to 3-vehicle crash in Abbotsford – Abbotsford News
19 WorkSafeBC makes changes to hard hat rules
20 WorkSafeBC Data Shows an 'Alarming' Spike in COVID-19 Claims
21 Construction sector included in new WorkSafeBC hearing test submission system
22 Evacuation orders and local state of emergency lifted following fatal Kelowna crane collapse
23 Construction part of WorkSafeBC three-year high-risk strategy plan
24 WorkSafeBC approved poultry plant’s COVID-19 plan as outbreak began
25 COVID-19 claims higher among elementary school teachers than secondary teachers: WorkSafeBC
26 WorkSafeBC inspectors can close BC businesses that are sites of COVID-19 transmission | Watch News Videos Online
27 B.C. employment standards amendments aimed at protecting under-aged employees
28 WorkSafeBC has already approved more COVID-19 claims this year than in all of 2020
29 WorkSafeBC reminding employers to keep workers safe amid extreme Kamloops heat
30 With patio season here, WorkSafeBC ramping up inspections of wineries, brew pubs and cideries
31 39 businesses shut down after evidence of COVID-19 transmission in past 2 weeks
32 Teacher's elbow injury case against Surrey School District, WorkSafeBC struck by judge – Surrey Now-Leader
33 New hard hat rules for workplaces | Columbia Valley, Cranbrook, East Kootenay, Elk Valley, Kimberley, Ktunaxa Nation
34 WorkSafeBC’s hearing test system the first of its kind
35 Merritt-based firefighter recovering in hospital after being injured in Sparks Lake wildfire
36 WorkSafeBC increasing workplace COVID-19 inspections during May long weekend
37 Canadian film production company violated safety rules, WorkSafeBC finds
38 Industry Special: New mobile app helps employers in construction access WorkSafeBC's COVID-19 resources on the go
39 Controversial changes for BC workers' comp rules kick in
40 BC puts moratorium on new mink farms after more COVID infections confirmed – Haida Gwaii Observer
41 WorkSafeBC blitz finds COVID-19 violations at more than half its Whistler inspections
42 WorkSafeBC inspects waterfront construction site after worker falls from townhouse
43 From the editor: The next global safety hazard
44 WorkSafeBC appoints Jeff Parr as new chair to board of directors
45 Cache Creek fined by WorkSafeBC for health and safety violations – Ashcroft Cache Creek Journal
46 Cache Creek fined by WorkSafeBC for 'repeated' and 'high-risk' violation
47 The business of heat: Employers of outside workers being warned their staff is at risk of heat stroke
48 B.C. scrutinizing school COVID safety plans, as BCTF warns WorkSafeBC claims up 250%
49 More than 1553 COVID-19 violations observed by WorkSafeBC so far
50 BC will change the minimum age for youth work from 12 to 16 youth-work-gardening BC will change the minimum age for youth work from 12 to 16 youth-work-gardening
51 Union criticizes WorkSafeBC report after correctional officers refused work at jail on brink of COVID outbreak
52 Employers asked to 'seriously consider shutting down' during heat wave: WorkSafeBC | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
53 Chilliwack pizza shop only firm fined by WorkSafeBC for COVID-19 infractions: records
54 Stress levels high for many businesses as WorkSafeBC ramps up inspections
55 B.C. hair salon owners targeted by anti-mask graffiti
56 High temperatures should put outdoor workers on alert: WorkSafeBC
57 Oliver company fined $27K by WorkSafeBC | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
58 WorkSafeBC has found over 300 violations of COVID-19 safety plans
59 WorkSafeBC to expedite workplace closures due to COVID-19 transmission
60 Province amends rules for general working age
61 $27 a day: West Kelowna woman challenges WorkSafeBC compensation rates – Vernon Morning Star
62 Super Bowl Sunday: WorkSafeBC plans to conduct random COVID-19 safety inspections – Kelowna Capital News
63 WorkSafeBC, RCMP investigate death at Richmond cement plant
64 WorkSafeBC has lost billions, can't afford to help businesses buy PPE
65 WorkSafe warns of complacency in face of pandemic
66 WorkSafeBC disallows majority of COVID-19 job injury claims – Chilliwack Progress
67 WorkSafeBC FOI documents show bullying and harassment issues at City of Revelstoke
68 Cooling centres opening in Chilliwack to help folks beat the heat – Chilliwack Progress
69 The 2019 Top 100 All-Stars: WorkSafeBC
70 WorkSafeBC increasing presence for St. Patrick's Day booze ban | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
71 WorkSafeBC inspecting Interior wineries, brew pubs and cideries | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
72 Teacher makes complaint to WorkSafeBC after testing positive for COVID-19
73 WorkSafeBC COVID-19 safety blitz finds infractions
74 Ill-advised modifications to hot-water heater contributed to fatal fire, WorkSafeBC finds
75 New mobile app helps workers and employers access WorkSafeBC's COVID-19 resources on the go
76 WorkSafeBC told to investigate allegation of 'culturally unsafe' workplace at City of Vancouver
77 Here is how hot it is expected to get during this Metro Vancouver heat wave
78 Nearly 400 COVID-19 safety rule violations found through WorkSafeBC inspections
79 WorkSafeBC rolls out request for stress balls
80 COVID-19 update for June 21: B.C. reports 45 new cases overnight, as close to one million fully vaccinated | Border quarantine to soon lift for fully vaccinated travellers | Tam warns Canadians to remain vigilant against outbreaks | Canadian tennis star pulls out
81 BC announces creation of new paid sick leave program | News
82 RCMP, WorkSafeBC investigating death at Gold River logging site
83 BCI Reports 16.5 Per Cent Annual Return for Fiscal 2021
84 Chief Electoral Officer's report on the 2020 Provincial General Election
85 WorkSafeBC reports more than 300 violations of COVID-19 safety rules
86 Eight B.C. workplace fatalities in last two months
87 WorkSafeBC investigating death at Victoria Customs House construction site – Saanich News
88 Okanagan wineries taking pandemic seriously: WorkSafeBC
89 Alberta drops isolation rules for people who test positive for COVID-19; B.C. region mandates masks again
90 WorkSafeBC fines city $327K for pool violations
91 WorkSafeBC releases industry-specific guidance for next phase of restart
92 Multiple people dead after construction crane collapses in Kelowna, B.C.
93 New NDP Government Challenged by Damning Report on Mistreatment of Injured Workers
94 320 businesses written up for not following COVID-19 measures, WorkSafeBC says
95 Employer groups drop out of WorkSafeBC review in protest – Victoria News
96 WorkSafeBC proposes adding presumptive claims for COVID-19 illness
97 Amendments Made to the Workers Compensation Act Impact BC Businesses
98 BC Coroners Service, WorkSafeBC investigating after death at Kitimat worksite – Kitimat Northern Sentinel
99 British Columbia Changes Workers' Compensation
100 New COVID-19 inspections during Burnaby Spring Break