Peer Resource Network
What is the Peer Resource Network?
The Peer Resource Network is a non-judgmental forum that provides leadership teams with the opportunity to share and learn about occupational health and safety and return-to-work
Each Network, which is composed of five to seven care provider organizations in the continuing care sector, moves collectively through a series of workshops that deal with occupational health and safety, and return-to-work topics. The Network also connects leadership teams with external resources to support positive change in occupational health and safety and return-to-work practices.
The Peer Resource Network is a joint initiative between SafeCare BC and WorkSafeBC, and is provided to SafeCare BC members as a benefit of membership. Learn more about the Peer Resource Network.
- Creating a Culture of Safety
- Organizational Change: Kotter’s Model
- Occupational Health & Safety Program Requirements
- Effective Return to Work Programs
- Effectively Implementing Safety Improvement Goals
To inquire about participating in the Peer Resource Network, contact Mavis Gibson, Acting Director, Workplace Health and Safety Programs Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.