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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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Road safety at work week - March 6-10

February 27, 2017
Employees who drive their vehicles for worke can contribute to a safer workplace and roads for all British Columbians.
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March 6 – 10 is Road Safety at Work Week! Be a part of Road Safety At Work Week by learning more about your responsibilities to employees who drive their vehicles for work. You will contribute to a safer workplace and roads for all British Columbians. Here’s how to participate:

  • Take action on a road safety issue.
  • Talk to your employees.
    • Every day during the week of March 6 – 10, choose a resource from the section on vehicles and share it with your employees.
    • During the Week, make your safety and tailgate meetings all about road safety. Ask employees to share their experiences with driving for work.
  • Display and distribute the Road Safety At Work Week poster.
    • Please print a copy of the Road Safety At Work Week infographic and place it in your lobby, lunchroom or other high-traffic area before the campaign launch date to help create awareness.
    • Email your co-workers a copy of the infographic and ask them to post it in their workplaces.
    • This will be a powerful reminder to help employees, visitors and customers to learn more about their work-related driving rights and responsibilities.

View the employer toolkit to find useful road safety tools and resources such as:

  • Road Safety Plan Template
  • Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
  • How to Control Hazards
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When you drive as part of your job, whether that's going on the occasional errand or driving every workday from appointment to appointment, the vehicle becomes your workplace. And this means you have responsibilities to keep yourself safe and healthy.
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Community and home care workers will often drive, or take transit, to a client’s home as part of their job. This means that if you are driving, your car is your mobile workplace while you are visiting clients. Being on the road can be dangerous if you are not prepared.
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