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January 31, 2024
Bill 41 and Return to Work
In this recorded webinar, representatives from WorkSafeBC's Return to Work Consultation and Education department will review the BC Government's Bill 41, the duty to cooperate and the duty to maintain employment obligations. This session will offer practical tips and highlight how working together can reduce the time employees are away due to disability-related time loss and create a healthier work environment.

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April 12, 2023
Sleep Health and Workplace Safety
Over 50 million North Americans suffer from undiagnosed sleep apnea, which can lead to a range of problems including high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, depression, and even workplace accidents. Workers may be at risk of having this condition without even knowing it, and it could impact their ability to perform their job safely and effectively.
April 4, 2023
All About Asbestos
There may be more asbestos-containing materials in energy sector than you know. Rob Carrozza discusses how workers can anticipate, assess and control the hazards of working around asbestos-containing materials and review common industry accepted practices for the handling and removal of asbestos.
September 21, 2022
In this webinar, we highlight changes to small employer audit requirements in the area of site specific hazard assessments. We discuss example scenarios and how site-specific hazard assessments would be needed.
September 21, 2022
2023 SECOR Updates | Element C Violence & Harassment Plans
In this webinar, we highlight changes to small employer audit requirements in the area of Violence & Harassment Plans. We discuss how employers are required to help prevent workplace harassment and violence and address incidents when they do occur. The webinar outlines provincial requirements for Alberta, BC and SK and other resources available.