In the May 2015 Newsletter

  • Contractor Safety
  • Board Recruitment
  • Social Enterprise

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  • May
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    In the April 2015 Newsletter

    • Day of Mourning
    • NAOSH week
    • Thread of Life

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  • April
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    In the Winter 2015 Newsletter

    • Workplace Inspections
    • JOHS Committee Training

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  • Winter
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    In the January 2015 Newsletter

    • JOHS Committee
    • Steps 4 Safety
    • Self Directed Learning

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  • January
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    membership
    AWARE-NS, the Nova Scotia Health and Community Services Safety Association is undertaking a Membership drive. The Association recognizes that strong ties with our sector stakeholders and partners afford AWARE-NS with the opportunity to be guided by and to reflect the health and safety needs within these sectors. Membership in AWARE-NS is free and consists of voting and non-voting members. All Health and Community Service organizations that become members are eligible to identify one official designate who can attend and vote at any meeting of the association.

    The Application Process is easy:

      • The application form is completed by each Health or Community Services organization seeking membership.
      • The application is reviewed by the Board of Directors of AWARE-NS.
      • Organizations are admitted as voting members based on a vote of the AWARE-NS Board of Directors.
      • The names and addresses of approved voting members, along with their official designates, are entered into the register of members.
      • Aware NS notifies the organization of the outcome of the approval process.

    Click on the link to download the application

    Please forward your applications by email to catherine@awarens.ca or phone if you have any concerns or questions 902-832-3868 ext.105

    The CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety is pleased to be hosting the upcoming 4th Annual Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia from July 20th to July 23rd.
    Internationally renowned speakers will be presenting on the pressing workplace health and safety issues facing workers and organizations today.
    Dr. Christina Maslach will talk about her 30+ years of groundbreaking work into burnout, and will focus her talk on finding solutions to it.
    The following days of the Institute will involve presentations and interactive discussions on managing organizational conflict and work-life stress, tips for implementing healthy workplace standards, mental health awareness training, lessons learned from safety, resilience, fatigue at work, creating a climate for health, and much more.
    The program can be accessed at: http://media.wix.com/ugd/b562af_d59e8c96178a4e0ba09ec44e0a3e6c0c.pdf
    Registration is now open at: Registration
    Email us at cncohs@smu.ca or visit our website for more information at http://www.cncentreinitiatives.com/