Saskatchewan continues to be second leading province for workplace deaths
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The head of the Saskatchewan Workers Compensation Board (WCB) believes our province is playing catch up when it comes to adjusting our attitudes and that extends beyond the workplace.
think it because we just for too long excepted that there things that just happen. That safety takes the fun out of life and it just not true, s tiffany’s aid Peter Federko, CEO of the WCB. actually has the worst record in the country in terms of overall unintentional injuries. of the 35 deaths are l tiffany’s inked to asbestos exposure, which is down from 14 in 2012.
Saskatchewan was the first province to enact an asbestos registry last year but the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour wants the mandatory reporting requirement extended to include private buildings.
when they exposed to asbestos, there no safe limit of exposure and so workers need to know if they going into a workplace that has asbestos that they need to protect themselves, said Hubich.