Emphasizes an integrative approach to program planning, addressing the individual, job and organizational factors that influence a specific workplace health issue. The process of program development includes: defining the workgroup at risk, developing collaborative relationships with stakeholders, designing a comprehensive program plan, and advocating improved workplace health and safety through written and verbal presentations of the program plan. The program plan includes documentation of a needs assessment, relevant goals and objectives and strategies for implementation and evaluation. The final step in this process is creating a business case for the program plan.
Available for re-registration (course extension) only.
This course section is for students who require an extension to complete their course from the previous term. Re-registration is a one-time only option. Please note the Advanced Certificate in Occupational Health Nursing program is closing: no further courses will be offered after the September 2019 term.
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Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Perform a needs assessment and propose an occupational health and safety plan for a workgroup using a systematic framework which includes identification, assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Develop a business case proposal, including a relevant cost-benefit analysis, for the recommended program. This proposal will outline the management of resources (financial, human, material, and time) within the overall context of program planning.
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2017
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