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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Update for Occupational [...]

HOT BUTTON PTSD SESSION ADDED! Join your colleagues for coffee and dessert on Thursday, June 9th (7:30 – 8:30 p.m.) for the session Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Update for Occupational Health.   In the session, Dr. Beth Reade, Homewood Health will: 1.Describe the new diagnostic criteria, prevalence and predictors of PTSD 2.Identify quick screening tools of mental health post-trauma and evidence-based best treatments for PTSD 3.Discuss how [...]
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National Day of Mourning: Renew Your Commitment to [...]

April 20, 2016 – Hamilton, ON– Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) In 2014, 919 workplace fatalities were recorded in Canada – including the deaths of thirteen teenagers. On April 28, the National Day of Mourning, Canadian flags on Parliament Hill and on federal government buildings will fly at half-mast to honour the workers whose lives have been lost, who have been injured or disabled on the job, or who suffer [...]
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Ministry of Labour Consulting on Hazardous Substances

The Ministry of Labour is consulting on proposed changes affecting the control of hazardous substances under the Occupational Health and Safety Act .   See links below for more information on this proposal.http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/about/consultations/oels/index.php
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2016 OOHNA Conference "Keeping Workers Well"

2016 marks the 45th consecutive year of a conference tailored specifically for the needs of occupational health nurses! This year's line-up of speakers includes: the founder of War Child, Dr. Samatha Nutt, Tidalshift's Gregg Brown, change management guru, Lorraine Behnan and back by popular demand - Susan Stewart.  In addition, you will not want to miss a presentation on the topic of Workplace Alcohol, Drugs and Mental Illness with Practical [...]
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Alberta Occupational Health Nurses’ Association [...]

The Alberta Occupational Health Nurses’ Association (AOHNA) is announcing an exciting social media campaign called "Light the Lamp”. The campaign is intended to increase the public awareness and knowledge about the role and value of occupational health specialty nursing practice. The association encourages nurses to submit videos for judging and recognition of their contribution to occupational health that showcases the unique skills and abilities [...]
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