Tools and Resources


SafeCare BC collects information and resources specific to safe work practices in the continuing care sector.

Violence Prevention

Violence related injuries are a growing concern in the continuing care sector.

Dementia Care

Understanding dementia and its impact on residents, clients, and caregivers is important in the workplace.

Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention

Musculoskeletal injuries are the primary type of injuries.

Information for Managers and Supervisors

Supervisors have a responsibility to ensure the safety of their staff.

Industry Statistics

Statistics and numbers to help inform your health and safety program.

Joint Health & Safety Committees

What you need to know to have an effective and compliant joint occupational health and safety committee.

Latest News

Feb 15

Why You Should Stand Up to Incivility: Q&A With Rhonda Croft

Bullying and incivility is a major problem in workplaces, homes, schools, and online.  SafeCare BC...

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Feb 07

How Incivility Can Impact Your Workplace: Q&A with Dr. Heather Cooke

Dr. Heather Cooke has more than 20 years’ experience working in dementia care, in both...

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Feb 07

Video takes an honest look at the relationship between families and continuing care providers of people living with dementia

Families and continuing care providers work together to provide good quality, person-centred care for people...

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Jan 31

Op-ed: Reducing Workplace Injuries Important to Maintaining Heath Care Staffing Levels

The following op-ed piece submitted by Jen Lyle, SafeCare BC's CEO, was published in The...

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