Posts Tagged As: WorkSafeBC

Blog Post #1318 – Inquest Adjourned in Light of New Evidence

Sawmill 31

Report from the OH&S Canada magazine (June 2015)

Original story: Jeff Cottrill

British Columbia Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe announced on March 25, 2015 that an ongoing inquest into the fatal Lakeland sawmill explosion in Prince George in 2012 had been temporarily adjourned, citing newly disclosed information about subsequent investigations into the tragedy.

Blog Post #1314 – Plan Eyes Healthcare Violence

Excerpt from the OH&S Canada magazine (June 2015)

The British Columbia Ministry of Health (MOH) has begun developing an action plan to address on-the-job violence against healthcare professionals, following a summit with unions and other industry stakeholders on April 7, 2015.

Blog Post #1300 – Penalty Issued for Explosion

Excerpt from the OH&S Canada magazine (January 2016)

A British Columbia company was fined nearly $56,000 on December 21, 2015 after WorkSafeBC completed its inspection of an explosion that injured three workers and it would-pellet plant in Burns Lake on October 9, 2014.