Situational Awareness in Seniors Supportive Living – On-Demand Course

CCSA, in collaboration with Meridian Housing Foundation, are delighted to announce that a new course, Situational Awareness in Seniors Supportive Living, is open for registration!
Developing situational awareness skills to optimize your decision-making is critical, as it can make a difference in avoiding injury and stress at work.

Join this 30-minute course, where James Harris, Health & Safety Advisor at Meridian Housing Foundation, will help you to learn how to evaluate situational risk by walking through the 4 Pillars of Awareness: Resident, Environment, Task, and Yourself.
By the end of the course, you will have added effective insights and strategies to your risk-assessment toolbox.  Start Learning Now:

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Hello! Do you know a Health Care Aide/ Nursing Attendant/ Personal Care Worker within your organization who actively participates and promotes a Health and Safety culture, collaborates with Leaders to change the safety culture positively and inspires others to work safely?

Shine a spotlight on the extraordinary colleagues you know by nominating them for a CCSA “Health & Safety Star” Award, and give them a chance to win a 2-day all-expenses paid trip to the “Hearts and Hands” Conference in Langley, B.C., October 2, 2024. 

(p.s. There is no limit on nominees from the same facility/organization.)