AWARE-NS hosted a successful AGM at Ivany Place in Bedford, NS September 24th, 2015.
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Three Hospitals within the Nova Scotia Health Authority Become WCB Safety Certified
The South Shore District of Bridgewater, Lunenburg and Liverpool within the Nova Scotia Health Authority have achieved the WCB Safety Certified Certificate. These three hospitals have been one of the first hospitals within the province to become WCB Safety Certified. This is an outstanding achievement within the health care community and show cases the safety continuous improvements efforts within in each facility.
ENNIS Safety Services, approved WCB Audit Provider would like to provide a formal congratulation; and to give credit to the hospitals, their employees and management, for the commitment of continuing leadership, with special mention to two key management personal in this continuous improvement initiative, they are; Peter Graves and Dennis Oxner. Congratulation to Everyone!
It is importance to recognize the Internal Responsibility System within these hospitals as function effectively with a direct focus on safety, and within the business system to provide quality and safety to their staff, patients, clients and public. Safety is a critical part of any business, and it is important to be measured and balanced with all business components to truly protect the most valuable asset within the organization.
Sean Ennis, President and Owner of ENNIS Safety Services will be honored to present the WCB Safety Certified Certificate to these three Hospitals within the South Shore District; Bridgewater, Lunenburg and Liverpool within the new Nova Scotia Health Authority. The presentation will be held on October 5th, 2015 at 10:00am at South Shore Regional Hospital in Bridgewater, the South Shore District: Bridgewater, Lunenburg and Liverpool Hospitals within the Nova Scotia Health Authority will be presented with the WCB Safety Certified Certificate.
In attendance for the presentation; Honourable Leo Glavine, Minister of Health & Wellness Nova Scotia; Honourable Mark Furey Minister of Business for Nova Scotia; Stuart MacLean, Chief Executive Officer WCB Nova Scotia; Art Brown WCB Nova Scotia Consultant; Peter Graves, South Shore District, Director of Support Services Supply Chain Management; Dennis Oxner South Shore District Occupational Safety Emergency Management Coordinator Manager; ENNIS Safety Services President Sean Ennis; and Bob Neilson ENNIS Safety Services, Health & Safety Professional.