Welcome to the 2020 ONA Health and Safety Caucus:
Workplace Violence: Take Action

Digital Zoom Meeting

Online Registration


Region 1 - Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Region 2 - Thursday, October 8, 2020
Region 3 - Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Region 4 - Thursday, October 29, 2020
Region 5 - Thursday, October 22, 2020

Registration hours:
Digital Zoom Meeting

Meeting hours:

9:00 - 16:30 (EST)

AGENDA
Time Agenda
08:30 Digital Waiting Room- opens
09:00 Health and Safety Caucus session begins
10:15 Coffee Break
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break
13:00 Session Resumes
14:30 Coffee break
16:30 Health and Safety Caucus 2020 will end


Health and Safety Caucus
We are pleased to announce the details of this year's Health and Safety Caucus to be held via digital medium (ZOOM) in October 2020. The theme of the workshop is Workplace Violence:Take Action.

In this session members will learn how to move an unresolved violence issue through the Joint Health and Safety Committee and reporting to the Ministry of Labour. Members will develop critical thinking skills building on their existing knowledge of workplace violence by examining and analyzing the issue, identifying barriers, and developing strategies to address barriers, determining their best course of action, and implementing best practices. Throughout the session learnings will be linked to resources and tools, legislation and coaching assistance focusing on addressing gaps in flagging, training and security/personal safety devices, available to assist them in achieving resolution to issues identified in their workplace by holding the employer accountable to take action on workplace violence and prevention. The learning points will be achieved utilizing the expert panel, case studies, small group work and networking.

Learning Points:

1. Building awareness of current successes in Health and Safety incorporating best practices in gathering evidence, available tools/resources, and legislation to support the communication/presentation when making a case for flagging, training, and personal safety devices/security.

2. Identifying barriers and using critical thinking skills in developing strategies for escalation unresolved safety issues and closing gaps related to flagging, training, and personal safety devices/security.


Questions? Please contact ONA provincial office at 416-964-8833 or 800-387-5580
Membership Education and Events Team (ext. 2468) EventRegistration@ona.org.
 


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