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You’ve probably already started to notice that building health and safety into your business can save you time and money, but did you know that organizational health is a significant contributor to business growth? In fact, studies have shown that healthy and safe workplaces generate 20% more revenue per employee, 4% higher profit margin, and can enhance market value by as much as 16%. WSPS is helping businesses like yours across Ontario achieve results like these.

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Ontario's top 10 safety violations

Take a look at your company's health and safety initiatives through the eyes of a Ministry of Labour inspector. A list of the top 10 violations in 2017 compiled by the ministry* reveals the compliance shortcomings of firms in Ontario as well as ministry priorities.

8 ways to help build your own workplace culture

A healthy workplace culture makes all the difference between dreading the day ahead and striding into it with anticipation and enthusiasm.

How to prevent heat stress in farming and landscaping

We're approaching the hottest, most humid part of the summer, putting your workers at ongoing risk for heat stress and severe heat-related illnesses.

Small business fined $60,000 after ignoring orders

A small business in the Ottawa area that ignored Ministry of Labour orders - despite repeat visits by an inspector who provided compliance solutions - has been fined $60,000 and is no longer in operation.

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