CME and WorkSafeBC are hosting workshops to educate employers on the basic components of an incident reduction strategy and injury management & return to work program as part of their safety management system.
APR. 26 - Injury Management and Return to Work
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- Discover the most recent best practices for Injury Management and Return to Work.
- Learn the benefits of recovering while at work.
- Understand the guiding principles of Injury Management and the roles and responsibilities within an Injury Management and Return to Work Program.
Mark Ordeman, Key Account Performance Consultant, WorkSafeBC
Mark is a Key Account Performance Consultant at WorkSafeBC, his main role is building strategic alliances with employers and industries to encourage sustainable improvements in both occupational health and safety, and disability management; developing and managing key account and industry sector strategies by providing expert advice to high-risk employers and; Working with senior leadership to help them develop and implement initiatives that will improve performance in the full spectrum of injury prevention, claims and injury management, assessments, and customer experience. In his 15 years tenure at WorkSafeBC he has managed the Transportation and Road Safety Industry and Labour Services Team and Business Operations.
Elise Kobylanski, Return to Work Specialist, WorkSafeBC
Elise is a registered nurse with an extensive 20 year background in occupational health nursing in both private and public sectors.Since coming to WorkSafeBC in 2006, Elise has worked in several areas of the organization including nursing services, claims and return to work services. Elise was one of the inaugural nurses testing and building the framework for the new Return to Work department that is now a full claims department with over 40 nurses providing services for injured workers.
MAY 24. - Action Planning for Incident Reduction
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- Explain why implementing an incident reduction program is good business.
- Identify the three components of an incident. Behaviours, conditions and supervision.
- Understand how incident investigations and trend analysis are used to prevent incidents.
- Discover the tools WorkSafeBC has to help you with your trend analysis such as the Health & Safety Planning Toolkit and Industry Safety Information Center.
- Learn to implement incident reduction strategies and action plan follow up using PDCA (Plan–Do–Check–Act).
- Learn how to apply all these tools in a real-world case study.
Megan Martin, Manager, Industry & Labour Services – Manufacturing, WorkSafeBC
Megan is the Manager, Industry & Labour Services at WorkSafeBC, since 2017 and leads a team of Industry Specialists supporting the manufacturing and retail industry. She has worked in a variety of health and safety roles across North America for more than 12 years. Industry & Labour Services offers occupational health and safety resources, outreach, and consulting services to the workers, employers and industries of British Columbia in support of WorkSafeBC’s vision of a British Columbia free from workplace injury, disease and death.
Jose Barranco, Industry Specialist – Manufacturing, WorkSafeBC
Jose Barranco joined WorkSafeBC as an Industry Specialist after working for Amazon.com as Health & Safety Manager, he previously worked for Procter & Gamble as Regional Safety Manager and was responsible for the Americas Machine Safety Program. During his tenure at P&G Jose led the regional machinery retrofit program to make legacy equipment compliant with ANSI, ISO and CSA standards. This project spanned through 19 manufacturing sites and 7 countries where equipment types ranged from diapers converting lines to laundry detergent bottling equipment. Jose holds a Bachelor in Mechatronics Engineering and a CRSP certification.