CAMH National Campaign to Recognize Mental Health Champions
CAMH launches National Campaign: 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health
CAMH Difference Makers – 150 Leading Canadians
for Mental Health, co-chaired Sandi
and Jim Treliving, is
a national program that wants to recognize those who have made an impact
through research, philanthropy, advocacy, social change and inspiration. Now is the time to recognize OHNs’ efforts
and achievements by nominating them for recognition [...]
46th Annual Conference May 25-26, 2017
2017 is Canada’s Sesquicentennial so it’s fitting the 46th annual conference is being held in the home city of Sir John A. MacDonald, Kingston, Ontario. This year’s conference emphasizes Putting Safety Back into Occupational Health & Safety.
Exclusive Keynotes Dr. Elaine Dembe, Dr. Peter Strahlendorf, Brian Thwaites and Dr. Mark Weiss
Interactive Sessions PTSD Case Studies of RTW, Transgender People in the Workplace, [...]
Briefing Note: Government of Canada Releases Budget [...]
On Wednesday, March
22, 2017 the Government of Canada released its 2017 Budget Plan. Many of
the commitments, if passed into legislation, will have a significant impact on
employers, most immediately those in the federal sector. Key proposed
changes to the Employment Insurance Act and Canada Labour Codeare outlined in the following Briefing Note link http://www.oohna.on.ca/articles/
Employers wanted for IWH OHS Spending Study
Institute for Work & Health’s Ontario study on employer investment
in OHS is the first of its kind in Canada. Recruitment
for this study is expected to continue through the spring of 2017.
Organizations interested in taking part are asked to contact Morgan Lay,
research associate on the project, at: email@example.com.
How much do Ontario employers spend to prevent work-related injuries and
illnesses? A team of researchers [...]
Ministry of Labour Launches Various OH & S Initiatives
Ministry of Labour launches LinkedIn presence.
In the past few years, Ontarians have been able to keep up with Ministry of
Labour news on its social media channels, such as Facebook and Twitter.
Now, you can also follow us on LinkedIn. Keep abreast with the latest
ministry initiatives, legislation and resources, along with new job openings at
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