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June’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – Maintaining a Cool Workplace in the Heat

Heat stress can happen when hot, humid conditions and physical activity overcomes your body’s natural cooling system. You might suffer cramps and fainting, or even serious heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Check out August’s MSF for more information.

May’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – Mental Health

1 in 5 Canadians live with mental health problems, mental illness, or addiction. Get ready to #getloud about what mental health really is. Check out May’s MSF for more information.

April’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – Inspections

Section 3.5 of the WorkSafeBC Occupational Health & Safety Regulations (OHSR) legislates that every employer must ensure that regular inspections are made of all workplaces. Throughout May & June, your Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee (JOHSC) will be performing safety inspections throughout Rogers Arena and West Tower. Check out April’s MSF for more information.

Injured at Work?

Hi all, Health & Safety has created a document to help assist you on the proper protocol to follow after an injury has occurred at work. As you will notice, CSE has 4 different accounts with WorkSafeBC (WSBC), it’s very important that you’re familiar with which account you should be filing a WSBC claim under. ...

March’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – Fire Extinguisher Safety

March’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – Fire extinguishers. Learn more by checking out this month’s MSF

Events – Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee (JOHSC)

Please meet the new members of our Events JOHSC. Welcome Mandip Sangha, Jenna Bossons, Ian Christie, Ali Tehranchi, and Orvis Noel.

February’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – Small Cuts & Lacerations

February’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – Small Cuts & Lacerations Knives are involved in many accidents within the hospitality industry, especially among chefs and cooks. More than half of all reported injuries at Rogers Arena are small cuts and lacerations. Check out February’s MSF for more information.

January’s Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) Slips, Trips, and Falls

While much attention is given to prevent workers falling from elevations, the reality is that anyone can slip, trip and possible fall on ground level. And winter’s wet and icy conditions make the likelihood even greater. Check out January’s MSF for more information.

CODE BLUE (2000)

Do you know what a code blue (2000) is or what to do during a code blue incident? Check out the latest safety update for more information.

December Monthly Safety Focus (MSF) – 12 Days of Safety!

The JOHSC would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday. Take note of these 12 safety tips for the holidays and remember to stay safe this season. To check out these safety tips, please review the Monthly Safety Focus (MSF)!