Category Archives: Health & Safety
PHH ARC Environmental Calgary Asbestos Training Course Schedule 2013 PHH ARC Environmental’s Calgary office is pleased to announce the pre-scheduled open dates of the following courses: Asbestos Awareness in the Workplace – 1 Day (.5 IICRC CEC) Asbestos Worker Training Certification – … Continue reading
PHH ARC was retained in part by the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) to conduct an assessment of hazardous materials at an abandon uranium mine on the shore of Lake Athabasca.
SEIMA & PHH ARC Present – Trends in Environmental Hazards in the Workplace: New & Emerging Issues Workshop
Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association (SEIMA) and PHH ARC have teamed up to present a day-long workshop for industrial workers in Saskatchewan. Trends in Environmental Hazards in the Workplace: New & Emerging Issues workshop will take place on Thursday April 3 at the … Continue reading
Worksafe BC has approved amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations that governs worker safety in BC. Effective February 1, 2012, there will be significant changes on how asbestos is regulated at BC workplaces and job sites.
Slave Lake Fires PHH ARC were hired by a major Canadian insurer to provide technical and human health support of smoke, fire and water damage claims for the June 2011 Slave Lake fires in Northern Alberta. Slave Lake, population of … Continue reading
On February 4, 2011 the City of Calgary released the Asbestos Abatement Information Form (AAIF). The new form is now required by anyone in Calgary who is looking to be granted either a building permit or demolition permit for their … Continue reading
Serious injury/illness. Productivity loss. Legislative orders. Fatalities. These are just some of the severe costs associated with failure to identify and eliminate or control confined space hazards. Confined space identification, hazard assessment and program development, as well as understanding the … Continue reading
In July of 2010 a 10 point plan was developed by the Alberta Government to bolster the Occupational Health and Safety initiative in Alberta. The significant changes that are to take place are an effort to create a safer work … Continue reading