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Regulatory update: Alberta’s new roadside worker safety rules take effect Sept. 1

New road safety rules are coming into force to protect roadside workers Alberta this week. With the new regulations coming into effect on September 1st, there will be a heightened focus on protecting workers on roadways, especially in industries like heavy logging. These regulations emphasize the "Slow Down, Move Over"…

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5 Winter Defensive Driving Tips

Defensive driving is important all year long, but especially in the winter where snow and ice can make driving conditions more dangerous than in the warmer months. Many industries and jobs…
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Top 5 Holiday Electrical Safety Tips

The Holiday season is a time for all Canadians to connect with their family and friends and celebrate the things we are all thankful for. It is also the time…
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Ground Disturbance Level II® Now Available in Manitoba

Ground Disturbance Training and why it’s important The Canadian Common ground Alliance’s 2019 DIRT Report suggests that there were more than 48 damages per workday, and that damage to buried…
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Danatec by We Know Training Releases Ground Disturbance Level II® – British Columbia Course in Partnership with Global Training Centre

Danatec by We Know Training and Global Training Centre are pleased to launch a new approved supervisory-level online Ground Disturbance training course for British Columbia (BC) as an addition to…
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Spark Safety Solutions joins Danatec to create one of the largest safety solutions companies in Canada

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, March 2, 2021. We are excited to bring our award-winning training and consulting together to deliver the industry’s best on-site safety, training, and consulting!   Danatec and Spark…
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2021 TDG Temporary Certificates Expiry Update From Transport Canada

Due to COVID-19 and how it has disrupted the year, Transport Canada issued 6 temporary certificates following subsection 31 (2.1) of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act. 1992 (TDG Act) to ease disruptions to relevant TDG work that Canadians…
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Transportation of Dangerous Goods: Limited Quantity Exception

Some marks authorized for use on dangerous goods shipped as a limited quantity have expired as of December 31, 2020. Transport Canada advises that you check your marks to ensure…
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DOT, NON-DOT, and the Canadian Model for Drug and Alcohol Testing: What’s the difference?

Drug and alcohol testing in the workplace are performed in many industries in both Canada and the United States as one of the many measures to keep employees safe. Drug…
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