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The Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Act states clearly that it is the responsibility of the employer to ensure the health and safety of the workers engaged in work of that employer. See More >

According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, a confined space is generally recognized as a space that has restricted means of entry or exit, is enclosed, is not designed for occupancy, and has the potential for significant injury or death. In response, MI Safety has designed a confined space entry course that details the dangers of a confined space – such as hazardous atmospheres, potential explosions, and more – and how to mitigate them. See More >

OSSA confined space training
A confined space is described as an area - including any container, chamber, tank, or vessel - that, due to its enclosed nature, may increase the likelihood of harm or injury to workers due to accidents. Because these confined spaces are not designed for human occupancy, working in these environments are extremely dangerous. In fact, confined spaces are over 150 times more hazardous than regular working environments. In response, MI Safety has designed a OSSA Confined Space Training to ensure that employees in the construction and oil and gas industries are protected.  See More >

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Safety Equipment Rental & Sales in Alberta

MI Safety - Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Safety Equipment Rental in Alberta from MI SafetyVertical Life Lines
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MI Safety has a number of safety equipment solutions for your permanent or temporary worksite. Safety equipment can be costly initially, which is why we developed our excellent rental program to help you with those temporary safety equipment needs. We're also an excellent resource to take care of your permanent safety equipment purchases.  See More >

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Safety - Is Your Company Doing it Right?

MI Safety - Tuesday, February 07, 2017

Many companies are recognizing that safety is worth investing in. It is, of course, also required by law. That law can sometimes be difficult to interpret, particularly if your job scope falls into the something in between category. See More >

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