Recognizing Occupational Health Professionals
Occupational Health Nursing Week is April 15-19, 2019
Each year, AOHP dedicates April to recognize the important contributions of occupational health professional. Not only do occupational health professionals take responsibility for employee care, but they have a responsibility to advocate for organizational policies that help to recognize occupational hazards and advocate for new and safe technologies. AOHP raises awareness of these imperative contributions each spring.
North American Occupational Safety & Health Week is May 5-11, 2019
As a benefit of membership, you will receive a poster to showcase your work, to demonstrate the various roles for which you have responsibility, to acknowledge your role in caring for healthcare workers, the tasks you perform day-to-day, and a special initiative you champion to protect the healthcare workers in your facility. AOHP's goals in producing this poster are to recognize your efforts and to make your organizational leadership and other staff aware of the good work performed by occupational health professionals to keep healthcare workers healthy.
We need your help to accomplish this goal. Please send photos of you or your co-workers performing vital daily tasks. Submit quality photos (high resolution jpg or tif files with a minimum 300 dpi) to AOHP Headquarters by March 1, 2019.
For each individual photo, the member who submitted it will be entered into a drawing. Four winners will each be awarded $25. A committee will select the photos to be featured in the annual Occupational Health Poster that will be distributed to all members. Please submit your photos to email@example.com, and be sure to include a caption.
2019 North American Occupational Safety and Health Week to be Celebrated May 5-11
Make plans to celebrate this week within your facility to promote what you do to support quality patient care by keeping employees healthy and safe. Again, this year, AOHP will celebrate by offering members a letter that can be shared with your organization’s management, as well as the AOHP Occupational Health Week poster. Watch for details! You can also visit the North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week web page at http://www.naosh.ca/english/partners.html for ideas on how to celebrate, and you can post your events related to the weeklong celebration on the NAOSH website.