By Fiona Anderson, Vancouver Sun
Jan Noster, president of the Construction Maintenance and Allied Workers Union, a B.C.-based independent construction union, believes better education and enforcement are the keys to lowering on-the-job accidents.
Education is especially important.'We have a lot of young first-time, inexperienced workers,' Noster said. 'And I don't think we are doing enough to make sure those guys are going home safe every night.
''While employers are certainly doing a better job of ensuring a safe workplace, there still are rogue employers out there that take chances every day,' he added. 'Everyone deserves to make it home at the end of the day safe.'