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The annual member survey helps us respond to your health and safety needs through relevant, quality, and timely education and programming.
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In long-term care it is increasingly apparent that who is on shift is just as important as how many staff are on shift. Quality care is difficult to achieve when we do not routinely engage with one another in a positive, or civil, manner.
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WorkSafeBC’s healthcare and social services planned inspection initiative focuses on high-risk activities in the workplace that lead to serious injuries and time-loss claims.
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WorkSafeBC is releasing a discussion paper with proposed amendments to the Current Rehabilitation Services and Claims Manual that guide wage rate decisions related to short-term and long-term disability compensation. Recommended amendments include: These changes may affect your claims costs. Click here to view the proposed changes and offer feedback to WorkSafeBC – The deadline is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, […]
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Q&A with Clemens Braun

April 24, 2018
Clemens Braun has been a SafeCare BC workshop facilitator for the past two years. This week, we learn more about him.

Q&A with Clemens Braun 

Clemens Braun has been a SafeCare BC workshop facilitator for the past two years. This week, we learn more about him.

Q: What do you like most about teaching?
A: I love the moments during a workshop when participants have an “aha moment.” It becomes obvious that the participants understand a concept or have learned a skill.

Q: Why are you passionate about SafeCare BC programs and workshops?
A: I believe strongly that workers have a right to be safe at work, and SafeCare BC helps achieve this.

Q: How would you describe your teaching style?
A: When I teach, I try to encourage participation and discussion rather than lecturing.

Q: Where do you draw your inspiration from?
A: I get inspired by the workshops. In the end, participants come to me and tell me they have learned new skills and concepts to help them be safer at work.

Q: What do you hope participants get out of your workshops?
A: Of course, I want them to learn new skills and concepts related to their work, but I also hope they learn skills that will help them in everyday life, such as respectful communication and giving feedback.
Q: Is there an expectation that participants will share knowledge from the workshop?
A: I hope the participants share their knowledge with their co-workers. This is especially true for the Safe Resident and Safe Client Handling Peer Coach workshops.

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time when not facilitating?
A: I enjoy hiking, gardening, playing soccer, cooking, and travel

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