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Have you developed safety awareness?

June 16, 2017

Safety Awareness is like almost everything else we do,  it is learned, not instinctive. We aren’t born with awareness for safety concerns. In fact, anyone who has a young toddler or grandchild knows this first […]

Be Prepared, Be Ready

April 18, 2017

In Alberta, a tornado can strike quickly with significant damage. Wildfires can threaten communities and restrict movement. Heavy rains can cause flash flooding. In addition to natural disasters there are other types of risks. There […]

Clients ask for him by name

February 7, 2017

February 2017 marks seven years since Ross Brown joined the Safety Boss team. For the majority of Ross’ time he has been serving our industry as an EMT-A but he is so much more. Ross has […]

“Much of it was fused by the heat of the fire…”

August 16, 2016

No two blowouts are the same and they all require unique fluid solutions to control them.  Dwight Matson, former Safety Boss firefighter working on this blowout, spoke to us about how this particular wellhead was cleared and […]

Our clients love his passion for safety …

August 11, 2016

Grant Vanstone is a gentleman with old fashioned family values.  You will see him holding open doors for women and children, being polite to everyone he encounters and being generally a nice guy. Coming from […]

Electrical Safety – Grounding and Bonding

July 19, 2016

The hazard of static electricity is more severe in dry, cold weather than in humid weather, when most surfaces are coated with a film of moisture, making them good conductors and draining of static charges. […]

Safety Boss 2016 Industrial Season Preparations

June 2, 2016

Safety Boss has recognized the need to improve certain processes over the past few years including recruitment practices, criteria, internal training and most importantly our onsite employee coaching to meet the needs of our customers […]

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