Industry Updates

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.

CCSA 2019 AGM - Registration open

CCSA's Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at the Manufacturer’s Health and Safety Association in Red Deer, 54 Queensland Crescent from 10AM - 2PM. 
Please save the date so you are able to join us at this annual event.

We value your input!
We want to know what topics you would like to learn more about in 2019 and what you’ve been implementing at your organization/site that you’d be willing to share with other members, especially with 2018/9 bringing about so much change in Alberta OHS legislation and WCB policy! As you and your team work through ensuring compliance with the new requirements and enhancing safety culture for workers what information do you need, what challenges do you continue to face, what would you like to hear about from colleagues in the industry? Let us know when completing your registration or send your thoughts directly to communications@ab-ccsa.ca.  We appreciate any and all feedback!


Registration is now open.  Please note that the deadline to register is March 26, 2019.

Register here

Eventbrite - 2019 Continuing Care Safety Association (CCSA) AGM



There are 4 Board of Director positions up for election this year (2 SSL Directors, 2 LTC Directors). Please consider who you would like to nominate for these positions.  

CCSA Board of Directors Nomination form (deadline to nominate is March 22, 2019)

CCSA AGM Proxy Vote Authorization form (if required)

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


Date: April 10, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Manufacturer’s Health and Safety Association, 54 Queensland Crescent, Red Deer, AB, T4P 0V2

Further information about this year's AGM will be communicated to you over the next weeks.
We look forward to seeing you all there!

9 health and safety trends for 2019

January 16, 2019
Canadian Occupational Safety - Dave Rebbitt

Looking ahead in 2019, some things that dominated the latter half of 2018 will continue to have an interesting impact on workplace health and safety.

Learn about 9 health and safey trends in 2019.

AB Gov - Volunteers and students, OHS for non-profits

January 14, 2019

Did you know that the Alberta Government has updated an existing bulletin on volunteers and students and provides information on OHS and non-profits

WCB Policy Updates

January 9, 2019

The WCB is looking for feedback on their 2019 Policy Project Plan. The posting is open until March 12. Find out more and provide your feedback.