Millennial Small Business Owners Use Tech To Keep Employees Safe

Have you ever had to go to your employer and tell them that something is wrong and there is a workplace hazard that they have to fix? Or have you hurt yourself lifting a heavy object, thinking the object “isn’t too heavy”? These two scenarios may be avoided if the employer knew something was wrong as soon as the situation began. Unfortunately, no employer can be everywhere at all times. Or can they? Millennial small business owners have realised that technology could allow them to see workplace hazards immediately. Connected technologies are nothing new in this day and age. From your smart phone, to even televisions, our culture is always connected. Millennial small business owners are takin

Quebec Youth Wins National Safety Video Contest

The Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) awarded the winners of the Focus on Safety Youth Video Contest. The contest challenged youth from all across Canada to produce an original video that illustrates the importance of workplace safety and younger workers. The winners received a cash prize and a matched amount for their educational institution. The winner this year was Cédrick Provost, Xavier Provost and Mollie Fillion from Quebec who created an emotionally driven video entitled Au Revoir. The video shows the heartbreak a parent feels at the loss of their child in a workplace accident. Au Revoir “This contest is unique because it gives youth across the country a chanc

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