At approximately 9:30 p.m. on January 19, Syncrude emergency crews responded to reports of an incident at its Aurora site involving a contract worker. Unfortunately the worker was fatally injured despite emergency response efforts.
According to Calgary police, a 40-year-old mechanic was underneath the truck when it rolled onto him.
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Source Energy Services says in a statement that the contractors died on Tuesday during work on additional storage capacity for what’s known as fracking sand at the company’s terminal near Fox Creek, about 260 kilometres northwest of Edmonton
A 57-year-old man died Monday after a workplace incident at a business in Spruce Grove, west of Edmonton.
The mishap happened around 1 p.m. at Grove RV & Leisure, Occupational Health and Safety spokesperson Charity Wallace said Tuesday.
The incident involved “towing a fifth-wheel RV with a tractor,” Wallace said.
OHS officials are still investigating, she said.
The death is the latest in a string of recent workplace fatalities in Alberta.
On March 4, a 37-year-old man died after being struck by a vehicle at a business on a rural property south of Grande Prairie. The vehicle was backing up when it hit the worker, RCMP said.
Later the same day, a 45-year-old man died in Leduc when he fell from a fourth-floor balcony at an apartment building that was undergoing renovations.
This week, a 31-year-old man suffered fatal injuries Monday after being struck by heavy machinery at a worksite about 60 kilometres south of Grande Prairie.
Occupational Health and Safety has confirmed that a man who died after a fall at a Leduc apartment complex under renovation fell from a fourth-floor balcony.
The man fell around 2:30 p.m. on Monday. STARS Air Ambulance was called to the scene, but ultimately did not transport anyone to hospital.
OHS says it has issued two
How to protect yourself and others while working in extremely cold or hot temperatures.
People who work outdoors face health risks associated with extreme heat and cold. For more information, read: Best Practice – Working Safely in the Heat and Cold
As the holidays come to an end and the new year begins, we can take this time to reflect on the past year’s events to celebrate successes and review opportunities.
What commitment will you make this year to improve the safety of yourself and others at your workplace?