The CCSA wants to ensure its members are always up-to-date on what is happening in the continuing care and senior supportive living industries.
This year's CCSA Annual General Meeting (AGM) is confirmed for April 26, 2017. We look forward to seeing you all there!
CCSA AGM Details:
Date: April 26, 2017
Start time: 10:00 AM
Place: CCSA office, 110, 6325 Gateway Blvd, Edmonton, AB. click here to view map
Agenda: AGM business and nominations followed by lunch
*Parking: Please note that parking will need to be reserved for attendees, as parking for visitors is restricted to 2 hours at Argyll Centre. You will need to get a placard from CCSA front desk to place in your windshield and to let you know which stall to park in.
Please register to attend the AGM by April 12, 2017 so we can ensure provisions for all attending members.
The following are the CCSA Board of Directors positions open for election:
(2) Long Term Care Director
(1) Seniors' Supportive Living Director
Please forward your nomination forms for these positions by April 19, 2017
CCSA AGM Proxy Vote Authorization form (if required)
Bylaw changes have been submitted and will be sent in advance of the AGM.
For additional information regarding the AGM and Board of Directors positions, please contact the CCSA.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
March 17, 2017
Thomson Reuters Canada Limited
The number of potential health and safety risks in any health-care organization is astounding. Not only do you need to worry about slips and trips, musculoskeletal disorders and chemical handling, but biological agents can be found around every corner. And of course there is always the pressure of keeping patients safe, too.
If your health-care organization truly knows only healthy and safe workers can ensure their patients are healthy and safe, we want to hear from you for the Canada's Safest Employers' Health Care Safety award.
Click here to nominate your company for the Health Care award as part of Canada’s Safest Employers awards. Nominations close June 1.
For more information about Canada's Safest Employers, visit http://www.safestemployers.com/.
Nominations Close June 1
March 13, 2017
Albertans are invited to participate in a review of the province’s labour legislation to ensure fair and family-friendly workplaces that support a strong economy.
The review focuses on the Employment Standards Code and the Labour Relations Code, neither of which has undergone significant updates since 1988.
These laws cover topics such as hours of work, overtime, general holidays, special leaves and collective bargaining rules. Some of Alberta’s workplace rules are currently out-of-step with the rest of Canada and these areas need to be reviewed.
March 7, 2017
WCB Alberta has announced that there will be no luncheon for PIR recipients this year.
Instead they will be using other means to highlight the success of employers in the province who've demonstrated commitment to safety and disability management through the PIR program.
They are in the process of developing plans right now. We will keep you updated when we know more.