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CCSA's email communications are down until Monday, December 12, 2016.

We apologize for any disruptions while we go through this change over.

CCSA AGM: April 16, 2014

The date for this year's CCSA Annual General Meeting (AGM) is confirmed for April 16, 2014.  It is our pleasure to invite our members to come and learn about and share in the advancements we have made over the past year and to be a part of our future development. This year, we are excited to host the meeting at our new office and training space, and we look forward to seeing you all there!

CCSA AGM Details:

Date: April 16, 2014
Time: 1000 – 1400 hrs
Place: CCSA office, 110, 6325 Gateway Blvd, Edmonton, AB.
Agenda: 1000 – *Safety Leadership presentation
 1100 – Open house (food will be provided)
1300 – AGM business

Registration to attend the AGM must be received by the CCSA by April 4, 2014. 

*There will be a presentation for organizational leaders on the CCSA Safety Leadership program that has just been made available to our membership.  Don’t miss this opportunity to learn what other leaders are doing and how you too can make a big impact on the safety performance at your organization.

Please click here to complete the CCSA 2014 AGM Registration form.


CCSA Board of Directors positions open for election:

Nomination forms for these positions must be submitted to the CCSA by April 9, 2013. 

Click here to access the Nomination form

Click here to access the Proxy Vote Authorization form if required.


There are proposed bylaw amendments to be voted on at the 2014 AGM.  
Click here to view the proposed amendments.

In accordance with CCSA bylaw Article 6; 

Section 4.2 – In order to be eligible for election / appointment to the Board, interested individuals shall forward to the nominating committee in advance of the Annual General Meeting.

Section 4.3 - No nominations will be accepted from the floor during any Annual General Meeting. 

For additional information regarding the AGM and Board of Directors positions, please contact the CCSA.

CCSA Receives Grant to Continue the Injury Reduction Program for 2014

News Release

September 17, 2013

Alberta... The Continuing Care Safety Association (CCSA) has been successful in obtaining $750,000 in grant funding from the Government of Alberta to continue with the development and implementation of the CCSA Injury Reduction Program (IRP) for the 2014 fiscal year.

“Given the cutbacks and restricted funding opportunities currently, we are extremely pleased to have again received this funding.” said CCSA Executive Director Darryl Kutschinski. “It speaks to the value of the IRP program and reinforces that we have the support of government to continue with a program that has shown itself to be successful in reducing injuries in the workplace.”

Since its inception in 2010, the IRP has been implemented at 90 facilities across Alberta and approximately 8500 staff members have been trained in everything from Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention to Occupational Health & Safety Committee training.  Previous year’s participants have experienced an average decrease of 64% in lost time claims and an average decrease of 73% in disabling injury rates.

Qualitatively, testimony from staff - front-line to management - has been overwhelmingly positive about the education they have received.  Staff has also expressed appreciation that their employers are investing in their safety.

“We would definitely recommend the program to other facilities. It is a good program and very cost effective. Employee awareness and          their buy in to the program has been remarkable. We have had a couple of employees come forth very excited about becoming in   house trainers.” LTC Manager

            “I am much more concerned about my back and body placement while performing my regular duties; even the things I do at home!     Can’t wait for more!” SSL administrative staff

“We look forward to reaching out to more of our membership for the 2014 IRP implementation,” says Darryl Kutschinski, ”We are excited to work with more of our members in the upcoming year. We know this program works and we want to see more improvements made in the industry and more of our workers get home to their loved ones safely.”

The CCSA continues to work to increase the profile of effective occupational health and safety programs. 
Click here for more information about the IRP or contact us directly.

CapitalCare’s People & Progress newsletter

July 11, 2013

See what's been happening at Capital Care in the latest edition of People & Progress newsletter.