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At WorkSafeBC, you’ll be part of a team dedicated to environmental stewardship, sustainable business operations, and getting involved in the communities we serve.
We’re committed to transforming societal attitudes to show that work-related injury, illness, and death are neither inevitable nor acceptable parts of doing business.
To celebrate and raise awareness of NAOSH Week, on May 5, 2011, close to 80 WorkSafeBC employees participated in a flash mob at Lansdowne Centre.
Our commitment to safety in the workplace begins at home—in our own offices and workplaces. WorkSafeBC employees are provided with many resources to help them stay safe at work, including an on-site nurse and ergonomist (Richmond location), regular safety meetings, and an organization-wide commitment that puts the safety and health of our staff first.
Our staff charity group, Helping Hands, raises money for a variety of local and international charities (BC Children's Hospital, Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, CIBC Run for the Cure, BC Foundation for Prostate Disease, and others) through payroll-deduction and various fundraising campaigns.
We know that diversity, inclusion, and respect are part of a healthy and safe workplace and community.
Our Joint Diversity Committee works to ensure our corporate culture is one that respects and celebrates diversity, both in terms of the uniqueness of individuals, and their sense of belonging to a group.