This presentation was given at the Creating and Sustaining Psychologically
Healthy Workplaces: Learning from Research and Practice conference that was held
on June 26-27, 2014.
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The Workplace Health Indicator Tracking and Evaluation (WHITE™) database is a
secure, web-based system that centralizes information on incident tracking and
disability case management for the BC Health Authorities. Incident management,
claim management and disability management modules facilitate data collection of
both occupational and non-occupational injury/illness information. All case
management documentation in maintained in this electronic database. The
comprehensive data tracking through fielded data points housed within the WHITE™
system facilitates extensive reporting out of disability related information.
Data dictionaries and provincially standardized charting guidelines facilitate
consistent and accurate data capture.
Aims and Learning Objectives:
- To showcase a comprehensive Disability Management (DM) tracking and
evaluation system that could be used as a template for DM database development.
- To outline some of the essential DM outcome measurements for an
employer-based DM program.
- To highlight operational and organizational DM reports.
Executive Director, Workplace Health,
Fraser Health & Workplace Health Call Centre
Dave Keen is a Workplace Health and Safety professional
celebrating 20 years of experience in healthcare OH&S in April 2014. He is a
recognized leader with demonstrated corporate level accountability for large
public sector, multi-union organizations. He presently provides leadership to
Fraser Health Workplace Health portfolio including occupational health, safety,
disability management, ergonomics, exposure prevention, violence prevention, and
CISM. As well, he leads the provincial Workplace Health Call Centre -
incident/injury and occupational health/exposure reporting for all of BC's
healthcare workers. He has worked at South Fraser Health Region, BC Children’s
Hospitals and Vancouver Community College since graduating from the BCIT
OH&S Program in 1990. He is a published researcher who has demonstrated
leadership abilities and competencies.
Specialties: Experienced in
conceptualizing, developing and implementing strategy; ability to develop
confidence and build solid relationships and credibility; initiation and
management of change in complex environments; motivational leader; management of
organization, department, project and individual accountabilities; planning and
problem solving; strong communication and interpersonal skills. Strong
evaluation and research skills.