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Fighting for safety

April 1, 2005
The Report: April / May 2005 vol.26 num.2 by CINDY STEWART he statistics are staggering. In Canada, on average, 900 workers die at work every year. Thats more than two deaths every day.

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April 1, 2005
The Report: April / May 2005 vol.26 num.2 by KATHY McLENNAN

Running for office to improve health care

April 1, 2005
The Report: April / May 2005 vol.26 num.2 by CAROLE PEARSON

Keeping records, crunching numbers – for your health

April 1, 2005
The Report: April / May 2005 vol.26 num.2 by DAN KEETON

Help make your workplace safe!Spring 2005 OH&S Basic Steward Training

March 17, 2005
EB05-05 HSA is offering an extra two-day basic OH&S steward workshop this spring on: Dates: May 9 and 10, 2005 Location: HSA office, 300 - 5118 Joyce Street, Vancouver

Single seniority list agreements reached for all HSA members in Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

February 25, 2005
BL10031 All Health Sciences Association members who work in the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and are covered by the Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association and Nurses Bargaining Association collective agreements will benefit from agreements reached to develop single seniority lists for each of the bargaining associations.

Single seniority list agreements reached for all HSA members in Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

February 25, 2005
BL10031 All Health Sciences Association members who work in the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and are covered by the Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association and Nurses Bargaining Association collective agreements will benefit from agreements reached to develop single seniority lists for each of the bargaining associations.

NEWS RELEASE: Government announcement on health worker safety falls short, says HSA

January 26, 2005
Subject: HSA Reacts to Government Announcement on Health Workers The Health Sciences Association says today's government announcement that it will expand a program to track health and safety incidents is not enough to ensure health care workers are safe in their workplaces. "Today's announcement to complete a system to track health and safety incidents by computer is a fine project, but it does nothing to immediately reduce the incidence of injury and occupational disease for health care workers," HSA President Cindy Stewart said.

Government announcement on health worker safety falls short, says HSA

January 25, 2005
Subject: HSA Reacts to Government Announcement on Health Workers The Health Sciences Association says today's government announcement that it will expand a program to track health and safety incidents is not enough to ensure health care workers are safe in their workplaces. "Today's announcement to complete a system to track health and safety incidents by computer is a fine project, but it does nothing to immediately reduce the incidence of injury and occupational disease for health care workers," HSA President Cindy Stewart said.

HSA mourns loss of member David Bland; calls for commitment to reduce risk of workplace violence

January 21, 2005
BL10021 HSA members have reacted with shock to this week's violent and deadly attack on HSA member David Bland, a recreation therapist with the Richmond Mental Services Health Team. "On behalf of HSA, I extend condolences to David's family, friends and co-workers. Words cannot express the sorrow we all are feeling at losing a member of our team, particularly under such violent circumstances," HSA President Cindy Stewart said.