Programs and Services: Workplace Representative Program
As an NNPBC Workplace Representative, your main role is to be a communications link between NNPBC and all of the nurses at your worksite. This would include ensuring nurses at your worksite are aware of NNPBC initiatives and communications and will allow us to stay informed about nursing and other health care issues that maybe arising where you work.
You’ll need to be an active/practising LPN, NP, RN or RPN in good standing with the regulator to participate.
What do Workplace Representatives do?
- They circulate the information that NNPBC sends out by email to their nursing colleagues.
- They may also post this information on a bulletin board at work or leave it in the coffee room for staff to read during their breaks.
- Representatives also relay any questions, concerns from their colleagues to NNPBC staff for further discussion.
How will NNPBC support Workplace Representatives?
- Upon joining, each Workplace Representative will receive a ‘Toolkit’ from NNPBC. This Toolkit will provide a package of materials that you can share/post about the association.
- NNPBCC will communicate regularly with the Workplace Representative as new information comes up. For example, news stories of interest, new position statements, opportunities etc.
- NNPBC will host a quarterly conference call to which all Workplace Representatives are invited to share their experiences.
How Do I Join?
Click here to fill in the Application Form
Please note, because worksites can be large we recommend the following breakdown:
- 1 - 500 employees = 2 rep
- 501 - 1000 employees = 4 reps
- 1001 - 2500 employees = 6 reps
- 2501 and greater = 8 reps
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com