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:
Disability Management Coordinator
Civeo is currently looking
for an individual for the role of Disability Management Coordinator. This
position will be based at one of our lodges in Northern Alberta, but will also
assume responsibility for surrounding lodges.Reporting to the Manager, Health Services; the successful candidate will
be responsible for proactively assessing, planning and facilitating the safe
and early return to work of ill and/or injured employees.
Please view the full posting for responsibilites, qualifications and how to apply.
Occupational Health Nurse
directly to the OH Regional Coordinator, you will be a member of the
Joffre Site Occupational Health Services Team and will apply nursing
practices and principles in an ethical manner to advance the health of
workers in all occupations through health promotion, health protection,
treatment of injury/illness and management of disability.
Please view the full posting for duties, qualifications and where to apply.
Occupational Health & Safety Coordinator - Part-Time
Providing support to the Manager of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), you will participate
in vaccination programs, mask fitting, and TB testing, in addition to playing an
active role in ensuring the hospital meets OHS Regulations. Detail-oriented,
you will provide key administrative and clinical support in the management of
sick time and early and safe return to work for all staff. Please view the full posting for qualifications and application instructions.
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Changes to the Canada Labour Code, Part II are effective October 31, 2014. Click on the News tab above for more information.
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.
- Developing national
standards and guidelines;
working relationships between Provincial/Territorial Associations;
- Providing a
forum for members to network, exchange knowledge and share expertise;
legislation and regulations to improve the health and safety of workers; and
the diverse role of the occupational health nurse to business, community,
government and professional affiliates at every opportunity.
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