• Every workplace comes with its own unique set of hazards that all should workers be aware of in order to perform their job safely and ensure the safety of those that work with them. Even office workers come in contact with various hazards throughout the day in the form of cleaning chemicals or improper typing techniques. Though some hazards offer higher risks to those that come in contact and warrant proper safety labels to prevent any accidental injuries or harm. To alert workers of each unique danger posed a series of GHS Pictograms and GHS labels have been created to identify the dangers outright while accompanying SDS sheets are maintained within a workplace to expand further upon the dangers as well as explain any measures that should be followed in the case of an incident.
  • An ongoing culture shift is unfolding across Canada, and it involves the future of medical marijuana. Legislative and regulatory efforts are underway to make medicinal marijuana fully legal at the provincial and national levels, but there are still various wrinkles to iron out.
  • Many aspiring doctors will make the decision to attend Caribbean medical schools to work toward their degree. While some of these students may attend a Caribbean medical university on their home island, many others are students who live far from the island. Some may reside on another island, but many live on the mainland. In fact, many may not even live in a coastal location on the mainland, and there may be quite an adjustment for these students as they begin their medical degree program. These tips can help you to adjust more easily to the island life you may not currently be accustomed to.