Please review the applicable HSE Updates.
- Company Safety Meeting Presentation: due Mon 12 November 2022 (Friday is a holiday)
- If you have not already done so, please review the attached Company Safety Meeting and Employee training presentation and indicate that you have done so by replying to Reception.
- November H&S Bulletin: Answer due by 8am Friday 25 November 2022
- See attached: November 2022 Health and Safety Bulletin
- Health and Safety Committee: Next Meeting: Thursday 25 November 2022 at 1pm
- If you can’t join the HSC meetings, you can still participate by providing feedback, questions, or concerns to email@example.com. Please submit feedback prior to the next meeting so it can be brought forward.
- The HSC meets the last Thursday of each month at 1pm via Teams
- HSC Meeting Minutes can be found on Acumatica document HSE000252
- Hazard Reporting: Due by end of each month
- Once a month, submit at least 1 hazard ID, incident, accident, or near miss to firstname.lastname@example.org to demonstrate your commitment to thinking about safety
- Non-work-related incidents count as well, just indicate that it was not work-related in the subject.
- Safety Rewards Program: Where your commitment to RAE’s Safety Culture is rewarded!
- September winners:
- Best Safety Card ($500): Chris Betthel
- PRC Draw ($100): Brenda Marshall
- If you have any questions or concerns about the Safety Rewards Program, or would like to sign-up to do a presentation, please email email@example.com.
- September winners:
- Peer Recognitions: Due by Company Safety Meeting each month
- Traction Aids for Field staff:
- If you don’t already have traction aids (to reduce slips and falls in icy conditions), be sure to buy some. These can be expensed using your PPE allowance.
- The latest issue of Mental Health Commission of Canada’s epublication Catalyst | Le Vecteur, includes articles regarding:
- Good Grief: Is there a right way to grieve—and for how long? Bereavement in the age of COVID is getting a re-think.
- Proactive Prevention: Activating an entire school community (parents, peers, education workers) can reduce the nefarious long-term impacts of bullying — a look at promising models to create kinder environments for kids.
- How’s the weather: With stigmatizing language, things can get pretty cloudy.
- Stigma-Busting in Song: Belgian singer Stromae — whose European hits meld weighty themes with clubby beats — touches on the complexities of mental health on his recent album, Multitude. Ahead of his North American tour, Florence K — CBC Music host, singer, author of three books on mental health, and PhD candidate in neuropsychology — looks at its lyrics and layers.