SEPTEMBER 21, 2013
Kamloops First Aid Competition
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23, 2013
#108 – 2323 BOUNDARY ROAD, VANCOUVER, BC
Dinner will commence at 6:00pm The business meeting will be called to order at 7:00pm
All Professional members are welcome to attend, participate and socialize.
Please confirm your attendance to the office by phone (604-294-0244), toll free (1-800-667-4566) or e-mail (email@example.com)
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 8:00pm
#108 – 2323 Boundary Road, Vancouver, B.C.
This meeting is for all Members, for the purpose of choosing nominees to run for the 2013 OFAAABC Board of Directors.
Whether you are interested in being nominated, wish to nominate someone or just to observe, you are welcome!
Please advise the Office by phone or e-mail if you plan to attend.
Refreshments will be served.
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Halloween Safety 2012 – click here
Deadline extended to October 12, 2012 for Consultation on Proposed Changes to Two Occupational Health and Safety (“OHS”) Policies – Click Here
Reminder to provide feedback on Proposed New Occupational Health and Safety (“OHS”) Policies Regarding Workplace Bullying and Harassment – Click Here
The BC Safety Authority presented its 2011 Annual Report at its eighth Annual General Meeting in Langley June 13th. The Safety Authority was created when the provincial government set up a private agency to handle its regulatory authority for seven equipment categories.
These categories include: electrical and gas equipment, pressure vessels, elevators and escalators, ski lifts, amusement rides, and rapid transit railways.
BCSA President Catherine Roome explained the role of the Safety Authority advising attendees that post-accident investigations may involve representatives from both WorkSafeBC and the BCSA, such as the recent sawmill explosions and fires in Burns Lake and Prince George.
Representatives of the Occupational First Aid Attendants Association have been attending most of the Safety Authority AGM’s, and were present at this year’s meeting in Langley.
Members interested in more information about the BCSA can find it on their website and this year’s AGM highlights will be added to it in the future.
The Health and Safety Community in BC is very diverse and includes: sports and recreation, community and society health care, community and workplace trauma and loss, and workplace occupational health and safety. We would like to hear how our Members work in the broader community.