Posts Tagged As: Occupational death in Saskatchewan

Blog Post #391 – Construction Workers Injured, One Fatally in Saskatoon

Report from the OH&S Canada magazine One construction worker died and another was seriously injured in a late-afternoon accident in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on December 10, 2008. At about 4 pm, the two men were working on a condominium development project when one worker fell approximately six storeys. Bob Fawcett, assistant fire chief with Saskatoon Fire … Continue Reading

Post #347 – Worker Buried when Earth Wall Collapses Dies

Excerpt from the OH&S Canada Magazine

The collapse of an earth wall, measuring 15 metres high and 18 metres wide, recently claimed the life of a dump truck driver at a construction site.

Randolph James Williams, a 47-year-old employee of Steph Trucking, was sitting in the cab of his dump truck at about 3:30 pm on February 14, 2008 when an earth pile crumbled onto the vehicle.

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