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Serious About Safety


Our blog discussing workplace safety opportunities in Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia Recogized Annual Day of Mourning on April 28

On April 28th, Nova Scotians came together across the province to observe the annual Day of Mourning, a day that recognizes the lives lost due to workplace fatalities.

Health and Safety Conference Highlights Industry Momentum

Over the past five years, Nova Scotia has seen significant progress in how we prioritize and act on workplace health and safety. Milestones include the lowest WCB injury rate ever, a substantial culture shift within the fishing industry, and a strong and strategic focus on making our health care system safer – an industry where the majority of time-lost injuries occur.

Fishing Safety Now: One year on

Last year, we launched the Fishing Safety Now action plan. What does it look like one year later?

Fall Federal Forum time to innovate, collaborate and share

The 2015 Fall Federal Forum brought together leaders from across the country.

Team N.S. brings home 10 medals

Team Nova Scotia brought home 10 medals at the Skills Canada National Competition.

Cheer on Team Nova Scotia at the Skills Canada Competition

Nova Scotia students and teachers are heading to Moncton for the Skills Canada National Competition.

Additional Resources Offered through Skillsonlinens.ca as part of Workplace Safety Strategy Initiative

In partnership with CBDC Nova Scotia, the Skills and Learning Branch of the Department of Labour and Advanced Education has been facilitating continued learning for all Nova Scotia communities and workplaces through skillsonlinens.ca, a freely accessible online learning platform that can be found at http://www.coursepark.com/ns.

Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Awarded With Highest Safety Honour

Nova Scotia’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal has won the Mainstay Safety Award of Excellence. Awards were presented on May 3, 2016 at the Canadian Museum of Immigration.

Workplace Safety Strategy Update: Nova Scotia shows energy and a renewed sense of commitment towards workplace safety

Just a little over three years ago, Nova Scotia’s Workplace Safety Strategy was officially launched. In the years since, significant progress has been made.

Small Business Safety Toolkit Expands to Include Incident Cost Calculator

A new resource for Nova Scotia’s employers is being introduced as part of the Workplace Safety Strategy. The Workplace Incident Cost Calculator is a tool that allows business owners to calculate the cost of workplace injuries and see first-hand the dramatic financial impact these incidents can have on their profitability.

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Working together to develop a 2013-2017
Workplace Safety Strategy for Nova Scotia