Health & Safety

Keeping Your Event Attendees Safe

April 4, 2019

When organizing an event, surprising and delighting your attendees is often top of mind. But any event organizer worth their salt also knows that keeping event attendees safe is of utmost importance. Unfortunately, events and event-goers are exposed to many different threats. Risks include everything from violence to controlled substances to overcrowding. They can be […]

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Stress Management Tips for Event Professionals

March 27, 2019

Anyone who plans events is familiar with the struggle of trying to perfectly execute an amazing event while still keeping your sanity. It can feel impossible to maintain a work-life balance while you experience prolonged periods of stress and exhaustion. When you’re in event mode, it’s challenging enough to remember when you last showered, or […]

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How to Protect Against Common Winter Construction Hazards

February 6, 2019

Construction work carries a number of inherent risks – some of which are worsened in the winter months. Winter in Canada brings the added challenge of dealing with snow, ice, and below-freezing temperatures. All of these factors can increase the risk of illness or injury on the job site. Thankfully, awareness can go a long […]

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Screening on Fence: A Risky Business

January 4, 2019

Recently, we introduced a screening acknowledgement form – and it is causing quite a stir. This particular form asks our customers to acknowledge that the addition of any material to temporary fencing can create structural instability and dangerous conditions. Customers who proceed with hanging banners, signage or hoarding from their temporary fence will be taking […]

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Cold Weather Survival Guide for Construction Workers

November 8, 2018

Following the popularity of our hot weather survival guides for construction and events, we put together guidelines for staying safe in cold weather. Construction employees who work outdoors know that enduring cold weather can be difficult and even dangerous. There are three specific cold weather factors that affect outdoor construction workers: Air Temperature Air temperature […]

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Healthy Workplace Month: Round-up

October 26, 2018

Healthy Workplace Month is coming to an end, and we hope you’ve taken this opportunity to turn increased awareness into action. This month, we’ve shared some great tips and information to support starting a wellness initiative at your workplace. To make everything available in one place, here is a round-up of our Healthy Workplace Month […]

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Healthy Workplace Month: Get Involved!

October 22, 2018

Some of the most successful and well-known organizations have employee volunteer programs in place. Salesforce gives its employees 7 paid days of volunteer time each year to enable them to give back to their communities. Deloitte encourages its professionals to perform pro bono work, resulting in about 81,000 client service hours donated per year through […]

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Healthy Workplace Month: Support Mental Health

October 15, 2018

Your mental health and well-being isn’t just something you should focus on at home. Self-care should be practiced in the workplace, too.  According to the Government of Canada, 47% of working Canadians consider their work to be the most stressful part of daily life. Employers nowadays should be taking steps to create a work environment […]

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Healthy Workplace Month: Eat Better!

October 10, 2018

In Canada, people spend about 60% of their waking hours at work. Workplaces are required to comply with health and safety regulations and eliminate safety hazards. Meanwhile, employees are expected to make their own dietary choices. This implies that the two are not related. However, your employee’s diet is something that should be taken as […]

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Healthy Workplace Month: Get Active!

October 4, 2018

Have you heard the expression “sitting is the new smoking”? Even if you haven’t, it seems the risks of a sedentary lifestyle are quickly becoming common knowledge. We are frequently warned by doctors, experts, and the publicized results of medical studies: not moving enough can have detrimental effects on our health. A recent study found […]

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