Tools and Resources
Violence related injuries are a growing concern in the continuing care sector.
Understanding dementia and its impact on residents, clients, and caregivers is important in the workplace.
Musculoskeletal injuries are the primary type of injuries.
Supervisors have a responsibility to ensure the safety of their staff.
Statistics and numbers to help inform your health and safety program.
What you need to know to have an effective and compliant joint occupational health and safety committee.
Changes to restrictions on visitation in long-term care and assisted living: what does this mean for staff?
The province has announced that from July 19, they will be easing restrictions on visitation...
Register for a FREE Webinar on how a Pharmacist can help Reduce Risk and Increase Satisfaction in Resident Transitions
SafeCare BC has partnered with Medical Pharmacies Group to bring you four, free webinars on...
“Spread the message of kindness for caregivers” – SafeCare BC Interim CEO Saleema Dhalla speaks on Radio NL
[audio mp3="https://www.safecarebc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Saleema-Radio-NL-Interview-July-15-2021.mp3"][/audio] Speaking on the changes to visitation in care homes, SafeCare BC's Interim CEO...
Call for Nominations: Community Home Care and Support Representative representative on the Technical Advisory Committee
If you want to provide input, expertise, and knowledge to strengthen the effectiveness of SafeCare...