Summer Safety Tips – Food Safety

Summer is a great time to enjoy with friends and family. These get-togethers usually center around fun and food. Here are a few tips to keep your grilling safe this summer, we’ll leave the fun up to you. – Boston Public Health

The KGSS Caribous debut @ Steps for Life

KG Safety Services is committed to giving back to the community. With the opening of our new office, we wanted to align ourselves with an organization or a cause that we can support as we grow. KGSS strives to arm workers with accurate information to protect themselves in the workplace and Continue reading

9 Ways to Winterize Your Car

If you owned a car before 1980, winterizing your car was a necessary and often elaborate ritual to keep your car running in tip-top shape during the cold weather months. Fortunately, modern cars don’t require the same extensive winterization routines. Auto technology allows cars to start in the coldest weather Continue reading

CSA Z1001-13 – What does it mean for Safety Training?

The Canadian Standards Association released Z1001-13 in April of 2013. An integral part of the Z1000 management series, Z1001-13 Occupational Health and Safety Training, sheds light on what Health and Safety Training is intended to achieve, what it means to be competent when managing, creating and presenting health and safety Continue reading

Workplace Health & Safety During Ramadan

Ramadan is a holy month in Islam, marked by fasting from sunrise to sunset and by prayers. Ramadan in 2013 will start on Tuesday, the 9th of July and will continue for 30 days until Wednesday, the 7th of August. If your workers are among the Muslims currently observing Ramadan, Continue reading

Recent Supreme Court Decisions Surrounding Drug & Alcohol Testing

There have been three recent Supreme Court cases surrounding random drug and alcohol testing: Suncor, Teck Coal and Irving Pulp & Paper Cases. The results are bound to be far reaching in so far as corporate Alcohol and Drug Policies and Procedures. Random testing is sliding from the radar as Continue reading