They’re using remote controls; tethered, winch-assist logging; and other methods to get at lumber that previously was not accessible.
This social media campaign runs til January 2017 and focuses on workplace safety in the agriculture sector.
It deposits cookie batter onto trays, designed by students in Camosun College’s Mechanical Engineering Technology program, created in collaboration with the owners of Origin Bakery in Victoria, BC, Canada.
Can you imagine what it’s like to work on a roadside? Unless you’ve been there, it’s hard to picture.
YouTube was launched in 2005, and WorkSafeBC set up their channel a year later in 2006 – making them early adopters of new technology. In 2014, WorkSafeBC produced 15 new safety videos, and their YouTube channel received more than three million views.
Looking for “practical shop floor solutions” to specific problems.
Knowing how to ask is the first step to getting what you want. This applies in many areas of life, especially when you’re asking for corporate sponsorship. Take this recent Youth Week request, for example.
Wendy Bennett, FARSHA’s executive director, describes three new resources that improve safety for agriculture workers.
It’s like a different option – not print, not electronic – easier than a regular-sized manual, and always accessible because it fits into the hand of a person in real life – unlike an online version.
It’s “…a simplified approach to understanding how to conduct an ergonomics assessment.”