OSN is an agile multi-sector occupational health & safety provider. We service every work sector in Ontario as well as federal government clients. OSN also supports Ontario business with locations in other Canadian jurisdictions.
Our team is exclusively composed of experienced professionals who have versed the realm of occupational health & safety. We pride ourselves on customized solutions. Feel welcome to connect with us for your personalized workplace safety solution!
OSN provides in-person or remote occupational health & safety services, including training, auditing, coaching, workshops, documentation support, and project management.
OSN was founded on the principle of being your external safety coordinator. Businesses that are not able to carry the cost of a full-time safety professional benefit greatly from our services.
OSN keeps costs low. There is a universal hourly rate for all standard services. The client only pays for what they ask. No hidden fees, head counts or contract commitments.
There is no cookie cutter approach. All services are specific to the client at no additional cost. We only pair business with professionals who have worked in their industry. We do not hire students or general trainers.
October 27, 2022
Convicted: Cementation Canada Inc., 181 Bay Street, Suite 2100, Toronto Ontario. Cementation Canada Inc. is an underground mine contracting and engineering company with offices in North Bay and Sudbury.
October 6, 2022
OAKVILLE — The Ontario government is working for workers by investing $3.7 million to help up to 2,500 workers start or advance in well-paying careers in the construction industry. This decade, Ontario will need 100,000 more construction workers to help deliver the province’s ambitious infrastructure plans, including 1.5 million homes by 2031.
October 03, 2022
Two workers employed by Farm Boy Company Inc. were dismantling a walk-in cooler at a warehouse facility in the Ottawa area. One of the workers used a scissor lift elevated work platform to step on the roof of the cooler to unscrew metal plates attached to the roof panels. The roof collapsed, causing the worker, who was not wearing fall protection, to fall over 10 feet to the concrete floor below.
September 27, 2022
A worker suffered a fatal injury while performing work in an underground electrical vault.
September 23, 2022
While climbing the stairs to perform the task, the worker lost their footing. When instinctively extending their arms to brace their fall, the worker’s gloved hand came in contact with the moving wire, injuring the worker.
Inquest into the deaths of Athanasios Batsos, James Pearce, Nikolaos Psihopedas and Ferdinand Staffa announced. These fatalities were caused from fall related injuries at a project.
New inquest date into death of Oliver Bruneau announced. Mr. Bruneau died from injuries sustained on a construction site.
TORONTO — Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development, issued the following statement to mark Labour Day:
Workplace Fatality Results in $125,000 Fine for Vancouver-Based Company. The fatality is the result of a failure to provide supervision to a contractor.
Workplace Fatality Results in $75,000 Fine for Belleville Employer. Three workers operating a mixer experienced terrible injuries from a failure to provide machine guarding.
Inquest date into the death of Denis Millette announced.
New inquest date into the death of Jacob Gordon announced.