We are grateful and honoured when our efforts are recognized for our dedication to workplace health and safety in New Brunswick. Here are some of those accomplishments.
WorkSafeNB Wins AASCIF Communication Award – WorkSafeNB’s OHS Guide to Legislation portal and mobile app is a winner! It took first place in the website category at the American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds (AASCIF) Communications Awards, held July 28 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
WorkSafeNB’s Rehabilitation Centre awarded accreditation – WorkSafeNB’s Rehabilitation Centre (WRC) received a three-year accreditation from CARF International – its highest level of accreditation – citing its exceptional client service in helping workers safely return to work after an injury. CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) International is widely acknowledged as the global gold standard in the accreditation of rehabilitation facilities. It accredits more than 50,000 programs and services at 23,000 locations around the world.
Threads of Life honours WorkSafeNB with 2016 Partnership Award – Threads of Life, the Association for Workplace Tragedy Family Support, recently presented WorkSafeNB with its award for Program Advancement in Partnership, for 2016.
WorkSafeNB earns prestigious wellness awards – After earning bronze in 2012 and 2013, WorkSafeNB brought home the gold at the Heart & Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick’s 2014 Wellness at Heart Awards Banquet, held May 13 at the Delta Beausejour in Moncton. WorkSafeNB was also recognized with an Award of Distinction, a special honour reserved for organizations that show leadership by offering comprehensive and outstanding wellness programs to their staff.
No Mercy Campaign Garners Award – WorkSafeNB's No Mercy campaign won third place in the External Communications Campaign category of the American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds (AASCIF) Communications Awards, presented in Big Sky, Montana in August. The No Mercy campaign was one of 143 entries. The AASCIF Communications Awards are presented annually to member funds and boards from across Canada and the United States that have addressed communications issues with professional skill, creativity, and resourcefulness. They are judged by a panel of independent media experts.