Just in time for some weekend listening, the recording of Tuesday’s teleforum on *Setting the Stage for the BC Continuing Care Safety Association * is available online or can be accessed by dialing 1-702-589-8203 and then the passcode 625460. During this 60-minute BC CPA/Conduit Coaching teleforum we discussed the points below plus fielded your specific questions:
- Where are we at with starting the BC Continuing Care Safety Association (aka SafeCare BC)?
- What are the safety training priorities for continuing care organizations in BC?
- What can BC learn from the programs that have made the biggest difference for lowering premiums in Alberta?
- What’s worked for BC organizations to improve safety?
As you listen to this teleforum…did we answer your specific questions related to this topic? Which portion of the teleforum was most helpful? What additional questions do you have…related to the Safety Association?
If you haven’t already, please complete the brief online survey to help the new SafeCare BC association start learning more about its members.
To continue to learn more about safety and other relevant topics for the Continuing Care sector…
The BC Care Providers Association has created a home on their website for all things SafeCare BC related. You can access this section directly from the quick link on the left side of our new home page.
For more details on current injury rates and claims in the Continuing Care sector, WorkSafe BC has plenty of statistics specifically on our sector including claims by accident type and time-loss claims.
Join our flagship LinkedIn group for Long Term Care Professionals to continue the discussion on safety in the Continuing Care sector. This group helps the Long Term Care sector & Long Term Care professionals collaborate, share, mentor and strategize when it comes to issues, challenges and opportunities. It would be wonderful to have you be a part of it.[fulldidyouknow link=”http://www2.worksafebc.com/Portals/HealthCare/StatisticalReports.asp”]Did you know over 45% of all WorkSafe BC claims in the Health Care and Social Assistance category are due to overexertion?[/fulldidyouknow]