OOHNA is offering The Essentials of Occupational Health, Safety and Disability Management Course that act as a starting place for those looking to enter the OHN profession, refresh on OHN knowledge or learn new skills.
Below you will also find a comprehensive listing of current course offering:
The Essentials of Occupational Health, Safety and Disability Management
Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association will now be offering “The Essentials of Occupational Health, Safety and Disability Management” course, formerly offered by Prime Knowledge Limited. This course is designed for all Occupational Health and Safety and WSIB / Disability Management Specialists as well as members of the Occupational Health & WSIB / Disability Management Team. It is also useful for HR specialists, Occupational Therapists and individuals who are:
- Looking to enter the field of Occupational Health and Safety
- Wanting to refresh their skills and knowledge while already functioning in the field
- Looking to heighten their knowledge of disability management /WSIB/ Return to Work
- Preparing for related professional examinations
The essence of an Occupational Health and Safety Specialist is to be knowledgeable of elements of occupational health and safety systems, current legislation and WSIB / disability management, return to work and to assist in providing a safe, healthy and profitable workplace. OOHNA’s goal is to impart this fundamental information. Participants will receive a wide range of information, including:
- Fundamental elements of occupational health and safety systems
- Workplace and worker assessment
- Hazard and risk
- Current applicable legislation
- WSIB / disability management / return to work
- Problem solving skills
Upon the completion of the course, participants will have the tools to assess actual and potential hazards in the workplace and to facilitate the safe return of employees following disability or injury.
OOHNA’s instructors are seasoned professionals, working for many years in occupational health and safety and most have designations in Occupational Health Nursing, Safety Professional and / or Disability Management. The majority have lectured at the college and university level and each instructor is teaching their specialty during the sessions. This course offers unlimited opportunities for an enhanced learning experience.
Schedule & Venue:
Classes are held on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Class 1: September 22, 2018 Class 2: September 29, 2018 Class 3: October 13, 2018 Class 4: October 27, 2018
Class 5: November 3, 2018 Class 6: November 10, 2018 Final Class: November 17, 2018
*There is no class on October 6, 2018 as this is a Statutory Holiday weekend. There is no class on October 20, 2018.
Course venue is at AGS Rehab Solutions Inc., 10 Kingsbridge Garden Circle, Suite 300, Mississauga ON L5R 3K6.
The certificate in the “Essentials of Occupational Health, Safety and Disability Management” meets the educational “contact hours” for maintaining Occupational Health Nursing and other related professional designation certification. Upon completion, a certificate of completion will be provided if course requirements have been met. Attendance, case studies, class participation and a final exam are all considered when final grades are evaluated. Continuous Learning (CL) Education hours are issued, which may be applied to the certification process.
The total cost is $1,469.00 [HST included]. This includes a professionally developed course manual, resources and reference materials. Morning and afternoon refreshment breaks are included. Attendees bring their own lunch.
Download, complete and return the registration form.
Shirley Wylie, RN, DOHS
Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association
Occupational Health Care-A-Van Announces One Day Workshops In Hearing Conservation & Pulmonary Function Testing
- Audiometry and Hearing Conservation in the Occupational Setting
- Spirometry and Respiratory Health in the Occupational Setting
These one-day workshops are identical to the workshops previously offered through McMaster University’s Occupational Health Program, and each will last approximately 8 hours. A Certificate of Attendance is issued. The cost of each one-day workshop is $335.00 plus applicable taxes. Handouts, parking, a light lunch and breaks are included. Class sizes are limited.
CAOHC – Occupational Hearing Conservationist Certification is a 2.5 day course that can be provided, nation-wide.
CRSP Exam Prep Course
CRSP Preparation Courses also available through the Institute for Quality, Safety & Environmental Management Ltd. IQSEM Ltd. Instructor: Dr. Peter Strahlendorf. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.iqsem.ca.
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The certification examinations for the professional designations of Certified Disability Management Professional and Certified Return to Work Coordinator. For further details, please do not hesitate to contact the Canadian Certification Council:
The continuing education modules previously offered by NIDMAR are now being offered by Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences (PCU-WHS). The University offers the first Bachelor of Disability Management degree and an Advanced Certificate in Return to Work.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.pcu-whs.ca/programs/