OHS Resource Centre

The new provincewide OHS Resource Centre will streamline Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee (JOHSC) work by making it easier to plan meetings, take notes, make recommendations, and take action with an accessible record of the work. More than 1,300 organizations, from health authorities and non-profit health organizations, representing more than 300,000 people working in healthcare will benefit from this initiative.

5 things to know about the OHS Resource Centre

OHS Resource Centre FAQ

What’s Improving

Different systems throughout the province.
Access to one system for everyone working in healthcare in B.C.
Mix of paper and digital records and reports.
Digital resources and online platform available to all JOHSC members across B.C.
Varying degrees of access to information.
Information available to all staff online, 24/7


Funding for the OHS Resource Centre was provided by the Nurses’ Bargaining Association, the Facilities Bargaining Association, and the Ministry of Health. The OHS Resource Centre is supported by health unions (bargaining associations), health employers, and Doctors of BC.

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