By Michel Millmore P.T., CESA,
In June 2013, modifications were made to the Regulation Respecting Occupational Health and Safety. These modifications gave rise to new obligations for all employers whose personnel could be exposed to materials likely to contain asbestos.
By Mark Hughes P.Eng., CFEI, Vice-President, Western Canada,
Kitchen renovations are high on the list of the most common home renovations. Replacement of appliances is an effective way to improve the look of your kitchen and increase the value of your home. However, before tackling any home renovation project, it is important to consider regulatory requirements and safety precautions to ensure that the project meets all applicable codes and standards.
By David Savard P. Eng. CFEI,
By Jean-François Goulet Eng., P. Eng., M.A.Sc.,
Technology is everywhere at home, in your office and in your car. In your car the technology is used for entertainment but also for safety reasons.
By Patricia Fortier P. Eng.,
With the increased environmental awareness and new energy efficiency regulations for buildings, owners, building operators, architects and engineers are constantly on the look out for new innovative products to meet the latest needs.