Guidance on how to implement and maintain an effective occupational health and safety program.
This guide presents the regulations on Prince Edward Island and provides information on how to interpret them. Offers advice on risk assessments, procedures, policies, reporting, investigating and documenting incidents.
The Nova Scotia Health Authority established a working group on safety protocols as a result of an incident at Soldiers Memorial Hospital. These recommendations and their framework for implementation could be of value to community emergency departments.
Overview of the Workplace Safety Action Plan and the process of implementation of a violence prevention aspect in health and community services’ occupational health and safety systems.
The Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation was commissioned to create a synthesis of available evidence pertaining to interventions to prevent workplace violence in a range of health care settings.
This guide offers recommended steps to begin addressing the issue of workplace violence.
The purpose of this guide is to support hospitals in meeting the expectations around the new mandatory workplace violence indicator that will be included in the 2018/2019 QIPs for the hospital sector.
The purpose of this report is to highlight organizations’ efforts to address workplace violence as described in their 2017/2018 QIPs. Through this report, we hope to share ideas and tools among organizations, and to inform work that is currently ongoing to address this issue in health care overall.
Patient engagement is an essential way of incorporating the voices of patients, families and caregivers into decisions that will affect the care that patients receive. This is a consultation guide for health care organizations.
This guide enables employers and workers to implement a program to prevent violence in the workplace.
Safety in 60 Seconds offers quick, bite-sized tips and tools for managers and OH&S committee members to help create safer, healthier workplaces.