Meet Michele Tedford: Our first point of contact with B.C.’s health care providersPublished on: August 31, 2017
As a health care quality coordinator at WorkSafeBC, Michele Tedford is able to use her experience as a physiotherapist, and her excellent people skills, to help injured workers in British Columbia.
2017 NAOSH Week B.C.: Make Safety a HabitPublished on: August 21, 2017
The North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week is an annual, continent-wide event where employers, workers, and all partners in occupational health and safety collaborate to promote injury and illness prevention in the workplace.
Think an IT job in the public sector is dull? Think againPublished on: July 24, 2017
It’s not always easy to convince people — those outside of the IT industry anyway — that my job is fun. Many people think IT is complex, cutting-edge, and creative, and some might see it as rigorous, stressful, and detailed — but fun? Engaging? Dynamic?
The best way to stay motivated? Keep learning and growingPublished on: July 20, 2017
Clare Connolly, manager, Learning and Development Services, WorkSafeBC - My job makes me feel like I’ve won the jackpot.
IT transformation brings opportunityPublished on: July 18, 2017
As a manager of Cloud design and operations, I’m working during a period of huge transformation in IT at WorkSafeBC, as we embrace new approaches to teamwork, technology, and project management.