Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (download from site)
WHS REPORTING HOTLINE
At a recent meeting between the AOHNA and Workplace Health and Safety, it was brought to our attention that there are few OHNs utilizing the reporting hotline. We also know that there are a number of concerns that we receive from various OHN’s. It is important to make everyone aware of this free and confidential reporting tool to help support your practice and to bring about needed changes to the OHS Act, Regulations and Codes.
Please utilize this number: 1-866-415-8690 and voice your opinions.
WHS tracks the trends from this number to analyze what areas of OHS code need revision….a good starting point is to ensure that WHS includes a definition of an occupational health nurse, or the proposed changes to audiometry and spirometry. So punch in and reinforce your own practice and the work of the AOHNA Executive.
The Canadian Occupational Health Nurses Association cordially invites you and your colleagues to join the Occupational Health Nursing List serve Group.
To subscribe send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive an approval email. The purpose of listserv is to share information. Help individuals in a query whenever you can, because someday you may want help locating information.