The Canadian Press

2014-12-09 | BC WorkSafe Inspection

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WorkSafe B-C's administrator Gord Macatee says the introduction of a new investigation model for workplaces incidents increases the chances B-C's courts will hear cases involving workplace events. He says the changes are outlined in a progress report that followed failed prosecutions in two separate sawmill explosions at Burns Lake and Prince George where four workers were killed and 40 others were injured. (WorkSafe B-C announced today that Diana Miles has been appointed its new president and chief executive officer.)

Date: 2014-12-09
Placeline: VICTORIA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

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