The OOHNA Webinar series is structured to ensure participants are up to date with industry knowledge aiming to keep OHNs crucial and relevant within the business equation.
Read about OOHNA’s Fall Webinar Series below! Registration will be open soon!
THE CURRENT CANADIAN CANNABIS AND OPIOD CULTURE AND THE IMPACT ON THE WORKPLACE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2020 12- 1 PM
FACILITATED BY: DR. MELISSA SNIDER-ADLER
During this session we will review the latest substance use trends in Canada. The focus will be on cannabis use and the opioid epidemic and how this may impact the workplace. We will also discuss recreational substance use in safety sensitive workplaces providing clear strategies to manage this ever-growing issue. Substance use disorder management in the workplace is exceptionally challenging. One in 10 individuals suffer with substance use disorder and 69% of those with the disorder are currently employed. During this session we will also discuss the diagnosis of substance use disorder, the day to day management, return to work issues and prevention of this insidious disorder.
THE WSIB IS MAKING IT EASIER FOR YOU TO ACCESS YOUR MENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY DATA
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2, 2020
FACILITATED BY: KAREN ARNOLD & LEE-ANNE BLACK
More data means better decision-making and the WSIB’s online services can help! Our online services give you secure login access to your businesses’ data and exclusive insights into your detailed claims information, costs and premiums. You can access and analyze key health and safety statistics to make effective business decisions to improve your workplace health and safety performance.
Learn more about how we provide access to your workplace health and safety statistics to help you improve your health and safety, return-to-work and injury prevention outcomes.
THE WSIB’S OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT PROGRAM: FOCUS ON EARLY ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED HEALTH CARE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020, 12- 1PM
FACILITATED BY: MAIA SLUZAR
When someone experiences a workplace injury or illness, we’re here to help them access the health care they need to recover and return to work. We take an integrated approach to health care that includes community care and regional Specialty programs where people can get evidence-informed treatment for specific types of injuries. Our new Occupational Health Assessment Program (OHAP) provides assessment and case consult services for people with workplace injuries and illnesses. The program will provide assessment and case consult services for people with workplace injuries and illnesses, making it an important part of our integrated approach to health care and creating a clear care path.
Learn more about the assessment program and how it supports better communication and coordination between health care providers, making it easier to get people the right treatment at the right time, closer to home – so they can get care in their community and spend their time on recovery, not travel.
- Visit the OOHNA Member Portal
- Locate the Registration Area
- Create a New Registration
- Select Webinars
- From there follow prompts to select the topic(s) you are interested in and enter payment information (note: OOHNA members receive preferential pricing!)