OHN Resources
Resources & Links

Addiction Guide

Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) Campaign

Alberta Health Services "Be Sunsible" Initiative

Alberta Health, Safety and Wellness Information

Alberta Lung Association - Radon

Alberta Workers' Compensation Board

AOHNA Guidelines for Program Review and Evaluation of an Integrated Occupational Health Program

Beyond Blue

Blood Borne Virus Infection

Canada Guide for Return to Work

Canadian Blood Services

Canadian Nurses Protective Society

Consumer Dangers

Do Bugs Need Drugs

Drug Dangers

Drug News

Drug Watch

Fatigue in the Occupational Therapy Workplace

First Aid Agencies approved by the Government of Alberta

Guide to Creating an Inclusive Workplace

Hand Hygiene - CARNA guidelines

Health Canada Advisories and Warnings

Healthy Eating Resources - Alberta Health Services

Human Rights - Medical Information in the Workplace

Infection, Prevention and Control

Marijuana in the Workplace Guidance for Occupational Health 2015

Mesothelioma Cancer Centre and Mesothelioma Guide and Mesothelioma Help and Mesothelioma Specialists and Mesothelioma Prognosis and Mesothelioma Help

Nursing Organizations

Opioid Safety for patients with Chronic Pain

Opioid Safety for patients with Acute Pain

Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (download from site)

Recall Guide

Recall Report

Red Flags Green Lights - Solving Return to Work Problems

Seven Principles for Successful Return to Work

Society of Alberta Occupational Therapists

Work-Related Asthma Infographic

World Health Organization

World Health Organization - Role of the OHN in Workplace



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.