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Leading from the Inside Out
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  • "This program is great and well facilitated. I hope that more healthcare leaders can have the opportunity to participate in this kind of program."
  • "This is a good program and especially helpful to have other participants in the same field of work."
  • "I thought Callie did a great job at providing opportunities for everyone in the group to open, honest and to share their valuable experiences with others."
  • "Working with the other leaders was the most rewarding – to hear other leaders and their struggles and together coming up with self-care strategies to better cope with work-life balance"
Guidelines & Regulations

Guidelines and Regulations

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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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Seven Principles for Successful Return to Work Programs

  1. The workplace has a strong commitment to health and safety, which is demonstrated by the behaviours of the workplace parties.
  2. The employer makes an offer of modified work (also known as work accommodation) to injured/ill workers so they can return early and safely to work activities suitable to their abilities.
  3. RTW planners ensure that the plan supports the returning worker without disadvantaging co-workers and supervisors.
  4. Supervisors are trained in work disability prevention and included in RTW planning.
  5. The employer makes early and considerate contact with injured/ill workers.
  6. Someone has the responsibility to coordinate RTW.
  7. Employers and health-care providers communicate with each other about the workplace demands as needed, and with the worker’s consent.
Seven ‘Principles’ for Successful Return to Work
Seven Principles for Successful Return to Work Programs

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This video shares the journeys of two Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) workers through the company's innovative Recover at Work Centre. CMBC, with the support of WorkSafeBC, created this centre to help workers remain at work after an occupational injury, understanding that the sooner workers can return to work safely the sooner they can get back to life.
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