Oh, deer! How to avoid highway collisions with wildlife
As peak season approaches, learn about new wildlife bridges, tunnels, and detection systems, plus important driving tips
Fall brings beautiful autumn colours and more wildlife onto Ontario's roads - and a need for drivers to be extra vigilant.
The number of animal strikes on Ontario roads has increased from 8,964 in 1999 to 12,791 in 2008, according to the Ministry of Transportation. This represents a 42 percent increase over a 9-year period. Crashes involving animals - mainly moose and deer - are a growing problem. October to January is a peak time for vehicle....
Werner Herzog documentary on distracted driving receives more than 2 million YouTube views
Award-winning director creates moving documentary for Texting & Driving - It Can Wait campaign
Taking your eyes off the road - even for a second - can change your life forever, and the Werner Herzog documentary "From One Second to the Next" uploaded on August 7, 2013 has...
WSN 2012 annual report now available
Statistical information on worker injuries and fatalities
This year's annual report theme is "expanding our reach" - through stakeholder involvement, through community and sector-specific service, through events, and through technology - Workplace Safety North spent 2012-13 doing different things in...
VIDEO OF THE MONTH
Yard Loader Safety Training
Provide workers with knowledge and information to operate this machinery in a safe manner
This 27-minute video is intended to be used in conjunction with formal and on-the-job training, and is offered as a free tool for companies to use in an effort to continuously improve their...