OH&S courses including Code White, Workplace Violence Prevention, and Return to Work.
A provincial working group has been meeting to share best practices and consolidate workplace violence prevention resource materials & tools for use in health care and community services. The result is Steps for Safety – Preventing Workplace Violence.
A slideshow produced by Nova Scotia Health Authority Occupational Health, Safety & Wellness to overview the issue of workplace violence, highlight a health care workers’ rights, and current policies and steps to take.
Nova Scotia Health + Community Services Safety Association is offering safety courses for supervisors and managers.
Nova Scotia Health + Community Services Safety Association is re-offering S.A.F.E.R. leadership training for supervisors and managers.
Training program for members of joint occupational health and safety committees.
The Occupational Health and Safety Division of the Department of Labour and Advanced Education is pleased to announce the availability of free safety training to the people of Nova Scotia.
A slideshow produced by Nova Scotia Health Authority Occupational Health, Safety & Wellness to overview the issue of workplace violence and the types of violence, and to provide strategies for prevention, including de-escalation.
The Association will do its upmost to provide a variety of training options for each its courses. All courses are designed with the continuing care sector in mind.
Horizon Health training staff to de-escalate tense situations in hopes of reducing violence in workplace. Announcement
As part of an effort to reduce violence in the workplace and improve the personal safety of all health care employees, Horizon Health Network officials have started providing staff members in provincial hospitals and health centers with de-escalation tools and strategies.
Throughout the year, we offer non-certified workplace health and safety workshops and webinars to employers, workers and others on a variety of topics.