Jan 13, 2023
On this episode of The Construction Record Podcast, digital media editor Warren Frey and Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce editor Lindsey Cole do an editorial check-in for what has turned into a very busy January 2023 in terms of occupational health and safety stories.
Lindsey touched on several recent stories including water main breakage in north and south Mississauga, a floor collapse in London and several legal charges handed down in both Ontario and western Canada including 28 charges for Suncor and Christina River Construction releated to the death of Patrick Poitras in 2021.
Other news includes continued controversy as Ontario premier Doug Ford’s government faces strong opposition to their plans to develop land in the Ontario Greenbelt region and a sneak preview of a story staff writer Don Wall is working on related to training and health and safety challenges for new immigrants entering the Canadian construction workforce.
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Suncor, Christina River Construction facing 28 charges in relation to 2021 death
Major watermain breaks reported in north, south Mississauga
Charges laid one year after deadly Ottawa workplace explosion
Employer convicted in December 2020 construction death in Windsor
Death has Finning International facing five Alberta OH&S charges