Workplace Health & Safety

According to the Workers Compensation Act, if you are an employer with 20 or more staff in a workplace determined to be moderate or high risk, or one with 50 or more workers in a workplace determined to be low risk, you are required to implement a formal occupational health and safety (OH&S) program. And […]

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Day of Mourning April 28th

Every year, WorkSafeBC, the B.C. Federation of Labour, and the Business Council of British Columbia co-host a public ceremony to remember workers who have lost their lives as a result of work-related accidents or occupational diseases. This year, the Day of Mourning ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 10:30 a.m., on the southwest […]

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Emergency Oxygen saves life of High School Student

Richmond teachers saved the life of a 15-year student who went into cardiac arrest. A teacher dispatched a student to get two teachers that¬†are certified ¬†Level 2 first aid attendants at MacNeill Secondary. The two performed CPR and administered oxygen, which the school has for emergencies. Paramedics later told the teachers that they saved the […]

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Benefits of the SOS Emergency Oxygen Program

Why wouldn’t you choose to lease the SOS Oxygen Unit in the workplace?

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Earthquakes Hit BC – Are you Earthquake Ready?

An earthquake and at least two aftershocks struck off the coast of BC in late November. The first quake registered 6.6 and was just off the southern tip of the Queen Charlotte Islands. In January 2010 a 7.0 quake (the worst in 200 years) devastated Haiti killing approx. 50,000 and injuring up to 3 million. […]

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January 2010

Happy New Year! We here at SOS Emergency Response Technologies have resolved for 2010 to blog on a regular basis and share tips on worksafe health and safety practices. We will include safety tips, information on new first aid, safety, pandemic and/or emergency preparedness items and much more.

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