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Please join us in saying farewell to a dear colleague, a wonderful man and a true believer in the betterment of health and safety for workers in Canada and around the world.read more
Radon testing season is in full swing. Health Canada recommends long-term testing (90-days) in the fall-winter months of the year. If you have not tested your workplace or home for radon there is still time to order your test. Testing is as easy as 1-2-3. To help promote radon awareness and prevent radon induces lung […]read more