The human body is the most sophisticated machine we have. Unfortunately, many of us take better care of our cars than ourselves. This interactive training session is designed to provide employees with tools and strategies to reduce the development of musculoskeletal injuries while enhancing their lives both at work and at home.
Introduction to common MSIs
Signs and Symptoms of MSIs
Ergonomic risk factors associated with job tasks
Personal risk factors contributing to pain and discomfort
Personal control strategies including body mechanics, warm-up and microbreak strategies
BCMSA will begin offering CMHA’s program Resilient Minds: Building the Psychological Strength of Firefighters to both volunteer and career municipal firefighters across the province starting in January 2020.
Research has identified workplace supervisors as a key participant for successful return to work programs. This course will equip supervisors to work with HR/OHS and take them from uncertainty to confidence when managing mental health related absence and RTW.