SafeCare BC On The Move/ Office Closure

We are pleased to announce that construction on the new office space of SafeCare BC is officially complete. As of […]

Walk a Mile in My Shoes – What I Learned About Dementia from Teepa Snow

By Jennifer Lyle If you work with seniors in health care, chances are you’ve heard of Teepa Snow. In the […]

WorkSafeBC 2015 Insurance Rates Meetings

Learn more about WorkSafeBC’s 2015 insurance rates at the meetings they are holding across British Columbia.  You can learn more about rates […]

100 Days Injury Free at Kaigo Retirement Communities

Be Care Aware- Success Story Last month SafeCare BC launched the Be Care Aware campaign aimed at raising awareness around […]

What do a police officer and a carpenter have in common?

The question sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but the answer is anything but: they have fewer workplace […]

SafeCare BC teams up with UBC for Health and Safety Practices Study

SafeCare BC has partnered with the University of British Columbia to support an exciting research initiative that seeks to better […]

Why we all need to “Be Care Aware”

What do a police officer, a carpenter, and a rancher have in common? The question sounds like the beginning of […]

Free Teleforum: When Resident Aggression turns to Violence — What can you do?

Silver Group Purchasing /Conduit Coaching will be holding a free thought-leadership teleforum on Wednesday, July 16th at 11:00 a.m. Pacific/Vancouver time — […]

SafeCare BC Welcomes New Events Coordinator

SafeCare BC is pleased to welcome Tracey Ong as the newest Marketing and Events Coordinator for the organization. Ong steps […]

SafeCare BC Challenges You To “Be Care Aware”

Did you know long term care workers are 4x more likely to be injured on the job compared to the […]