If your facility is currently responding to increased demand for the production or distribution of the critical goods that Canadians are relying on during this critical time, keeping your facilities open and your workforce productive are likely top priorities. Creating a comprehensive health and safety response plan is a must, and by incorporating temperature screening measures in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, organizations can help protect their warehouse and production employees on the job and keep their operations functional.
We all have a part to play in slowing the spread of COVID-19. That means engaging in social distancing, avoiding public spaces and washing our hands. It’s a matter of public safety and that’s the priority right now. Unfortunately for many of us, this will mean lost wages and even lost jobs, making a difficult time even harder. However, there is help. Read on for employment resources during the pandemic.
Certified forklift operators keep businesses moving and play an integral role in many organizations. Across numerous industries — from manufacturing to retail, construction to food services — forklift operators are tasked with distributing and transporting materials around the work site through operation of a forklift or lift truck. Wondering how to become a forklift operator? Here are some useful tips to kick start your forklift career.
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