REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
The conference will be held Thursday, March 23, 2017, at TCU Place in Saskatoon. The theme for the conference is:
Psychological Safety - Teamwork Leverages Improvement.
Senior leaders, occupational health & safety professionals, and employees within the healthcare industry - don't miss this opportunity to attend an exciting industry event on March 23, 2017, in Saskatoon. This conference is an all-day, healthcare-related event, hosted by SASWH, which will provide an excellent opportunity to learn more about psychological safety and how positive teams can assist to leverage improvements and transform culture within the healthcare industry.
Register early as space is limited! begin_of_the_skype_highlighting
Please visit here for information about the keynote speakers.
Complete your on-line registration here.
Click here for booking and accommodation information for the 2017 AGM Conference.
Check our website regularly in the coming weeks for more details.
TLR Enhancements available January 20, 2017
Enhancements to the TLR program are complete and will be available by January 20, 2017 via the website as well as through Allied Printers. Enhancements will be seen in the TLR User Manual, TLR Mobility Record and guidelines, TLR logos as well as training materials. Other resources will be reviewed and enhanced such as posters, flowsheets, etc.
Once all details are confirmed for availability and pricing, the material order form will be updated and available. Until then, please continue to use the current materials and order only quantities you would need prior to the enhancements being available.
To read or download the summary of the TLR workshop, click here.
SAFETY HOSHIN UPDATES
The 2016- 2017 Provincial Charts for Q2 are now posted online. View Q2.
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS TOOLS FOR YOU
SASWH has been collaborating with various members and stakeholders to develop healthcare specific Job Safety Analysis (JSA) resources to enhance your Safety Management Systems. Available on the SASWH website now are; sample policies, a risk assessment procedure/matrix, and a generic JSA template. Detailed position specific JSA’s are in progress. SASWH acknowledges and appreciates the collaborative efforts the healthcare workers who assisted with the development of each JSA. These JSA tools and resources are now available on the SASWH website for member use. If you have questions about these documents or would like to get involved with future development of JSA’s please contact Jacquie Griffiths, Workplace Safety Specialist at SASWH.