To COHNA-ACIIST Members
We are sad to advise that, Ellen Coe passed away this week. Ellen was a constant contributor to the Alberta Occupational Health Nurses' Association (AOHNA) for over 20 years and practiced nursing for nearly 50 years. She held positions within the North Central Chapter (Education and Social Committee, Chapter Representative), the AOHNA (President, Secretary), and was a member of the Conference Committee for 6 years. She was always willing to help with special projects. She worked tirelessly to promote Occupational Health Nursing and develop new nurses in the field. She was a mentor to countless members, had an easy going demeanor, and was totally approachable for anyone. Ellen also served as a COHNA-ACIIST Board of Director from 2008 – 2011 holding several positions including the Alberta Director, Vice President and President. Her numerous Occupational Health Nursing positions included CN, Suncor, Maple Leaf, CORC, Macewan, Fluor, Northlands, Degussa to name just a few. She will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.
(Written by Eric Stein, COHNA-ACIIST Director for AOHNA)
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE (PRACTICE LEAD)
Vancouver or Victoria, BC
direction of the Manager, Occupational Health & Rehabilitation and the
Medical Director of workplace health and safety, the Occupational Health Nurse
Practice Lead (OHN-PL) oversees the delivery of high-quality, reliable, and
responsive occupational health nursing services.
Under the direction of the Manager, Occupational Health & Rehabilitation and the Medical Director of workplace health and safety, the Occupational Health Nurse Practice Lead (OHN-PL) oversees the delivery of high-quality, reliable, and responsive occupational health nursing services.The OHN-PL supervises the Occupational Health Nurses team with a focus on the WHS principles of early intervention, evidence-based decision-making, health as a shared responsibility and customer service. Working within the integrated OHR team of Return to Work Specialists and Administrative Professionals, the OHN-PL contributes a leadership perspective regarding occupational health nursing and clinical case management and fosters a collaborative, consistent and responsive approach to achieving OHR objectives. The OHN team works directly with employees, managers, occupational health physicians, community care providers and return-to-work specialists to provide clinical case management services consistent with current Occupational Health nursing ethics and practice guidelines.
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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
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Michelin North America (Canada) Inc., which employs 3200 people and operates three tire manufacturing facilities in Nova Scotia, is seeking an Occupational Health Nurse to join its Bridgewater, Nova Scotia manufacturing team on the South Shore.
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Civeo is currently looking for an Occupational Health Nurse to fill 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 areas.
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