<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=238049290316966&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

New Safety Regulations: What Do They Mean For Canada's Air Operators?

In 2018, Transport Canada announced new flight and duty-time regulations for professional pilots in Canada. The introduction of these changes represented the continuation of a global shift in how...

Read More →

69% of Your Employees Are Drunk

A title like that will perk up most safety supervisors' ears, ready to hunt down the alcoholics on site.  If I had said, "69% of Your Workers are Fatigued", it wouldn't get nearly the same reaction. ...

Read More →

Lessons from the Field

Read More →

The 7 Types of Memory and How to Improve Them

Most people probably don't know (or care) that we have 7 different types of memory. If your job involves critical tasks that require optimum cognitive functioning, however, you should know about how...

Read More →

7 Characteristics of a Positive Safety Culture at Work

What is Safety Culture?  The concept of safety culture has gained more attention in high-hazard industries as more safety practitioners see the influence that workers’ attitudes and behaviors have on...

Read More →

The Disadvantages of Drug Testing and The Best Tool to Overcome Them

56% of U.S. employers use pre-employment drug tests, or randomly drug test employees. These companies pay $3,750,500,000 annually in pre-employment drug testing costs. (Statistic Brain) How much of...

Read More →

Subscribe To Our Blog