SinceDFID has held a conference each year open to all suppliers, with an agenda focused on generic issues relevant to suppliers. In addition, DFID has established a system of early market engagement events for potential suppliers, each focused on a forthcoming DFID project or programme of work, using remote access facilities to enable participation from both UK-based and in-country suppliers.
Each year we further extend the reach of our message of prevention that ultimately impacts millions of people in the workplace.
This past year, we set out to further reinforce CCOHS as a leader in the advancement of occupational health and safety in Canada, and to address the needs of all people within the workplace.
Our objectives included expanding our outreach, user population and impact on Canadian workplaces; providing accessible information, education and tools to advance the well-being of workers; and cultivating and strengthening stakeholder relations.
We met our goals and in many areas, exceeded them. We experienced exponential growth in traffic to our website, in the number of users of our free public services and communication channels OSH Answers facts sheets, newsletters, webinars, etc. We incorporated topics on emerging issues such as mental health and GHS into - and expanded - our product and service offerings.
We added new courses, software tools and a smartphone app resulting in increased related revenues and user uptake. Our success to date has strengthened our resolve to cultivate alliances with our provincial and territorial, industry sector and labour partners to champion the integration of a prevention culture into the standard business practices of every workplace.
It is only with a shared commitment to a holistic approach to safety, health and well-being of all employees, that a sustainable and healthy workforce can be achieved.
Through its Medicaid Analytics Performance Portal (MAPP), the State has already made it possible for PPSs to use state of the art data and analytics (D&A) tools to explore their performance on key quality measures, identify members, providers or zip-codes responsible for high or low scores, monitor trends, and explore some of the common drivers. The Integration of Early Childhood Data: State Profiles and a Report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Education () covers key considerations when states integrate data and highlights progress in eight states that are actively developing and using early childhood integrated data systems (ECIDS. However, some key aspects of DFID’s approach to market shaping are still emerging, including in relation to DFID’s supplier review. DFID’s plans include some complex new initiatives that may affect the market in unpredictable ways.
Along with major systems upgrades, we have spent this year consulting widely and deeply with all our stakeholders about their ideas of the future of occupational health and safety in Canada and our role as an agent of change. This valuable input provided the foundation and the framework for a refreshed strategic plan that is purposeful and responsive and that will serve as our roadmap as we move into a new era of opportunities for CCOHS.
I am proud of our accomplishments this year, which could not have been achieved without strong support from our Chair, Kin Choi, and Council of Governors. They have provided insight and leadership, and as advocates of CCOHS, have promoted our values and enhanced our credibility on the national stage.
I'd like to thank the Council and our CCOHS team for making the Centre a success; I sincerely appreciate everyone's commitment, effort and much valued contribution. Steve Horvath President and Chief Executive Officer Highlights Communications CCOHS is a leader in promoting occupational health and safety in Canada, producing and maintaining a myriad of credible resources to help Canadians work safer and create healthier workplaces.
CCOHS develops and, through its various channels, deploys services and initiatives that increase outreach and CCOHS' user population, and help advance workplace health and safety and the physical, mental and well-being of working Canadians.
CCOHS fosters stakeholder relations and collaborates with like-minded organizations toward fulfilling this vision. On the French site, It aspires to help prevent work related injuries and illnesses by providing credible, useful information to the health and safety community, and those who influence occupational health and safety.
The Report is regularly and widely reproduced and reused by organizations to enhance their own health and safety educational and information efforts, and to develop health and safety policy. In the readership survey, to which 1, 4. The high share rate of the Report represents an additionalmonthly reach.
They use your report as a break period in which to catch up on the articles. Not only are these events opportunities for outreach and face-to-face connections with Canadians, they are also an important channel for promoting and showcasing CCOHS expertise, products, and services and demonstrating how they meet the needs of Canadian workers, employers, and governments.
The Centre attended a total of 40 conferences and events; 31 presentations and roundtables; 21 exhibits; sent materials to 3 events and 1 bookstore; and participated in 2 e-learning classroom sessions. The result was a potential reach of 25, conference delegates. The program is offered as a free public service and increases accessibility and expands reach of health and safety resources to wider audiences including those visually impaired.
CCOHS produced a total of 18 podcasts this year, bringing the total number of active episodes in the program to Webinar Program CCOHS' webinar program has become an important initiative in promoting workplace health and safety in Canada, increasing impact as well as cultivating new stakeholder relationships.
The program delivers workplace health and safety related informational programs. We have 30 recorded webinars in the Public Service Program which we continually cross promote to achieve highest reach and impact possible.
Reach Views of all 30 webinars YTD: Video Program In support of our efforts to make health and safety information available in various formats to increase reach and impact, CCOHS produces short minute long videos on a variety of timely topics which are hosted on the CCOHS YouTube channel.
Two new videos were added to bring the total to five videos produced. Reach Views to date: Reach The Young Workers Zone had 39, page views 3, monthly average of the content, and 63, total page views 5, monthly average. As a public service, there is a free basic web version of Teaching Tools available.
Results This year 34 Teaching Tools were sold, and there were 48, unique page views of Teaching Tools web content. Healthy Minds at Work Healthy Minds at Work is a collection of quality online resources that offers information on how to create a healthy, supportive work environment, promote mental health, and effectively handle mental health issues that may exist - to improve workplace mental health for everyone.
Concern by the Canadian public over this issue seems to have subsided somewhat in that the traffic to the website this year has remained static for the second year in a row.
The scope of the portal is being expanded to focus more on the planning for flu and infectious disease outbreaks rather than only pandemic planning. This day of observance offers employees and employers the opportunity to remember the dead, injured and ill as well as publicly renew their commitment to improve health and safety in the workplace.
Over the past few years, CCOHS has expanded the message to — in addition to memorializing those lost — emphasizing the need for prevention. CCOHS offers a selection of promotional materials to help Canadians show their support for Day of Mourning as well as their commitment to strengthen the resolve to establish safe conditions in the workplace for all.
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