Hello Everybody, As 2018 comes to a close, I wanted to take a few moments to reflect on our year at Arcose and to thank our clients and friends. We started the year with more booked work than I could have imagined. Our project work included: occupational hygiene assessments, site inspections, hazardous materials, audits
Arcose has moved!! Same great building, shiny new space. The air was a little thin on the third floor so we’ve settled into a new space in unit 203 – 5460 152 Street, Surrey. While the decrease in altitude was welcome, this move was actually driven by our expanding team outgrowing our old office.
Noise is any unwanted sound. In the workplace, there are three different types of noise we are concerned with: continuous, intermittent, and impact. Long-term exposure to noise or sudden exposure to noise can result in noise-induced hearing loss. This type of hearing loss is caused by damage to the hair cells in the ear,
Arcose has a new website! Don’t worry, everything that used to be there still is – it just might be in a new place, so please come have a look around. But this isn’t just a fresh coat of paint as you can now find information about our team members, clients and recent projects,
Claire Mocock (EHS Consultant, Arcose Consulting) visited Campbell River, BC to deliver her presentation on “Culture Change is Hard! ...But Does it Have to Be?” at the 2018 Upper Island Safety Conference. While using traditional definitions of organizational and safety culture, Claire debunks the myth that changing an organization’s culture is “too difficult”. Claire
Arcose presented to a packed house at the BCCSA Occupational Disease Symposium hosted by the BCCSA and WorkSafeBC. Sensitizers are finding their way into workplaces at an increasing rate because of their diverse applications. Often workers are not aware that that they are handling a sensitizing chemical. We discussed what makes something a sensitizer,
On March 30, 2017, the WorkSafeBC Board of Directors approved changes to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR) regarding storage racks. These changes took effect on January 1, 2018. Previously, the OHSR did not specify safety requirements for proper installation, inspection, and maintenance of steel storage racks. With the new requirements in the