Banyan Work Health Solutions Inc.: is a national leader in pro-active workplace health management services for disability insurers and employers. Banyan is dedicated to providing the highest quality health promotion & disability management services to clients. We are a national network of Disability Management Consultants that assist individuals who are off work due to health or workplace issues.

We have an immediate need for a skilled professional with both broad and deep knowledge in
Occupational Claims Management. Both contract and employed options are available.

Office Location: work from home

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Occupational Health Nurse

University of Saskatchewan

The Occupational Health Nurse is primarily responsible for ensuring early intervention and disability case management best practices strategies are in place to help faculty and staff reach their full wellness potential. The Occupational Health Nurse will participate in the development, implementation, facilitation and/or evaluation of a variety of wellness programs and injury, illness, and disease prevention initiatives to the university community.

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Occupational Health Nurse
Permanent Full Time
Weyburn, SK

The Occupational Health Nurse, within the policies of Sun Country Health Region, assists with the development and implementation of existing and new staff health and development services and resources. Primarily the function of this position is to provide employee health services to employees within the Sun Country Health Region through the coordination of health and safety programs, provision of immunizations including influenza vaccinations, respiratory protection, infection control practices and through the collection and maintenance of employee health records.

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COHNA Background

Occupational Health Nurses from across Canada have been meeting informally since 1980. The current association now known as COHNA was founded in 1984 and incorporated in 1994.

Mission Statement
The Canadian Association for Occupational Health Nurses is committed to promoting excellence in the practice of occupational health nursing and advancing health, wellness and safety practices in the workplace by:

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