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    The 2015 Global 100 results will be released on January 21 at 4:00 pm EST.

    Just-released data shows that 188 workers in the province were killed on the job in 2013 as national rate hits 13-year low.
    A U.S. agency will soon start publicly naming companies whenever a worker gets seriously hurt on the job. Does it go too far?
    Better safety reporting standards and clearer guidelines are necessary to boost company disclosure rates, concludes report.
    Exactly why western workers are more likely to get hurt on the job leads to plenty of speculation, but no answers.
    Third-party audits of suppliers can help improve worker safety, but experts say the issue is much more complex.
    This is the first article in a multi-story series. Please see our Workplace Safety landing page in our Reports section.
    Learn about this Partnered Series on workplace safety, appearing through the month of October.