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April 2020

MADD Canada – Online reflection session for impaired driving crash survivors

April 7 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
British Columbia Canada

Join Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada) to connect with others who share similar experiences and challenges. This informal, 90 minute online reflection session is an opportunity for victims of impaired driving crashes to share their personal experiences and receive support from one another. Legal advice is discouraged, but discussions on navigating the justice and health care systems and the various resources available are welcomed. Contact Steve Sullivan, Director of Victims Services, MADD Canada for more information and to register.…

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Webinar – COVID-19 Issues For Long Term-Care Providers – SafeCare BC

April 15 @ 2:15 pm - 3:00 pm
Online Webinar British Columbia Canada

TAKE 45 MINUTES TO: Ask your questions… Get the facts you need… Join Jen Lyle, CEO of SafeCare BC for this FREE and informative 45 minute webinar on how long-term care providers can use leading practices and smart, practical tips to protect staff and residents from the COVID-19 virus. To register for this webinar, please: Visit SafeCare BC’s Learning Space, Log in or create your account, Scroll down to see the free & featured courses, Select the date that works for…

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Webinar – COVID-19 Issues For Long Term-Care Providers – SafeCare BC

April 16 @ 2:15 pm - 3:00 pm
Online Webinar British Columbia Canada

TAKE 45 MINUTES TO: Ask your questions… Get the facts you need… Join Jen Lyle, CEO of SafeCare BC for this FREE and informative 45 minute webinar on how long-term care providers can use leading practices and smart, practical tips to protect staff and residents from the COVID-19 virus. To register for this webinar, please: Visit SafeCare BC’s Learning Space, Log in or create your account, Scroll down to see the free & featured courses, Select the date that works for…

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Webinar: Respiratory protection basics – Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC

April 28 @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am
Online Webinar British Columbia Canada

N95 and beyond: Safe options and best practice With N95 masks in short supply, many manufacturers and food processors are scrambling to find the right respiratory protection to protect their workers or first aid attendants from exposure to COVID-19—and from dust and other more common airborne hazards.  In this webinar, find out:  What exactly does N95 mean?  What do common terms associated with respiratory protection mean?  What safe alternatives are available? How can you choose the right ones—and know what to avoid?  What key things do you need to consider…

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Day of Mourning

April 28 @ 10:45 am
Jack Poole Plaza, 1075 Canada Place
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 3L5 Canada
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On April 28th at 10:45am WorkSafeBC, the B.C. Federation of Labour, the Vancouver District Labour Council, and the Business Council of British Columbia will co-host a Day of Mourning ceremony at Jack Poole Plaza, where the Line of Work Memorial dedication to British Columbia workers is located. Join us in remembering workers in British Columbia who lost their lives as a result of work-related injury or disease. Order complimentary decals or posters for your workplace or your Day of Mourning…

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Webinar: Government and health and safety support for BC manufacturers and food processors – Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC

April 30 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Online Webinar British Columbia Canada + Google Map

Where can employers and employees find help doing essential business during this pandemic?   Join BC Minister of Labour Harry Bains, with Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC CEO Lisa McGuire and Occupational Hygienist Jasmine Kalsi for a webinar and town hall discussion of government programs and health and safety supports for employers and employees. What government is doing to safeguard food processing and manufacturing businesses and employees to protect our province’s essential supply chain What you need to know about financial…

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May 2020

North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week

May 3 - May 9
British Columbia Canada

The goal during NAOSH Week is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. Safety and Health Week can still be celebrated in many ways that don't involve large gatherings or person-to-person-contact. Why not try holding a virtual event this year? Visit the North American Occupational Safety and Health website for more information on virtual events and other ways to become involved as…

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Webinar: Ergonomics tips for working from home – Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC

May 5 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Online Webinar British Columbia Canada

Working from home presents a unique set of challenges. You may not have a dedicated office space at home with a real desk and office chair. Or you may be sharing workspace with family members. Whatever your working space looks like, there are steps you can take to avoid a backache, sore neck, or headache.  Learn how to choose the right space to set up your workstation  Discover hacks you can use to make your home setup better fit your needs  Learn best practices…

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National Road Safety Week

May 12 - May 18
British Columbia Canada

Canada Safety Council’s annual awareness campaign focuses on behaviours that put drivers, passengers and other road users most at risk: sober and alert driving, seat-belt use, and intersection-related incidents involving drivers, riders and pedestrians.

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Webinar: Answering your COVID-19 health questions – Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC

May 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Online Webinar British Columbia Canada

Reopening and protecting workers in the plant  What do you need to know to reopen your manufacturing or food processing business safely—or to ensure your people are protected and your essential business stays open? Join Medical Health Officer Michael Schwandt, Vancouver Coastal Health and Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC CEO Lisa McGuire for a discussion of key factors in reopening and protecting workers.   Find out:  Critical factors to keep workers safe and your doors open   Key considerations to keep the virus out of the plant  Important things to…

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