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May 17, 2016

3 Steps for Staying Safe During Seeding Season

  The growing season in Alberta lasts about 120 days. That means farmers have a huge amount of work to do, and a small window of time to do it. This can lead to a sense of urgency, which in turn can lead to accidents, damage, and fatalities. Here’s how to stay safe in the […]

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March 4, 2016

How to Stay Focused at Work

  Many of us have been taught about the benefits of routine. Having a predictable, consistent schedule means efficiency and mastery. But what happens when routine causes problems, or worse, means you might not be working safely? There are clear advantages to making sure having a routine doesn’t mean you’re skipping things or cutting corners, […]

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June 30, 2015

Responding Safely to Power Line Accidents

Summer is here and more people are travelling on Alberta roads. With increased traffic also comes a higher number of vehicle incidents, many involving contact with a power pole or power line. If you spot a vehicle that has contacted a power line and are waiting for a utility company or emergency first responder to […]

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May 30, 2015

Power Line Safety for Homeowners

If you’ll be spending your summer landscaping or working out in the yard, it’s important to know where power lines are located on your property. Every year, hundreds of Albertans needlessly risk their lives by coming into contact with a power line. Power line safety is important – even in your own backyard. No matter […]

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May 6, 2015

Rocky Mountain Equipment and JUST Team Up

“The safety and well-being of Rocky Mountain Equipment’s employees and customers extends well beyond our property line.” Safety has always been a priority at Rocky Mountain Equipment (RME) and it’s driven from the top down – from the CEO to the production line. RME is Alberta’s most recent farm equipment dealer to partner with the […]

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October 13, 2012

Talking Safety With CAPP

“Even one fatality or serious injury from a power line incident is unacceptable.” With more than 150,000 Albertans employed in the oil and gas sector, power line safety is one of the most critical workplace issues in the province. Organizations like the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) and Enform are constantly working towards creating […]

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