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As a micro-sized department, CCOHS does not have resources to dedicate full-time employees to this initiative. However, CCOHS recognizes its importance and is committed to ensuring diverse groups of workers in Canada benefit from our programs. The CCOHS leadership team, along with its tripartite Council of Governors, ensure that GBA Plus perspectives are integrated into departmental decision-making processes by requiring CCOHS to assess the potential implications of products and services produced to support the diverse populations of Canadians.
We set the following goals for 2022-23:
|Occupational Health and Safety Information and Services||Currently, CCOHS does not collect any GBA+ data for any of its information and services. As all its information and services are delivered via its website, CCOHS will bolster its website and program user surveys to capture GBA+ data. These will be launched in 2022 and will serve as a baseline for identifying any gaps in information and services, which can lead to further actions to bridge identified gaps, if any are identified.|
CCOHS is developing an internal framework for inclusion and diversity that will include recruitment strategies focused on social, racial, gender and cultural diversity in the workplace. The diversity recruitment strategies will promote equity and diversity and focus on an intentional approach for job postings which will assist in the advancement of anti-racism, equity, and inclusion at the Centre.
CCOHS measures its progress through employee self-identification for information on representation.