The Canadian Association for
Occupational Health Nurses is committed to promoting excellence in the practice
of occupational health nursing and advancing health, wellness and safety
practices in the workplace by:
COHNA-ACIIST is happy to announce Blaine Bentley, RN, Prairie North Health Region, as this year’s award recipient for 2016. The award
is for ongoing occupational health nurse education.
We wish him all the best is
his continuing education. COHNA-ACIIST offers an annual award to support
nurses writing their
CNA certification exams in support of our specialty as
well as those OHNs furthering their education in the field.
CNA Extends Deadline for specialty certification
CNA Certification Program– Apply Now It’s Not Too Late!
There are over 18,000 certified nurses in Canada that
- Recognized nationally for their
practice excellence and commitment to lifelong learning
- Valued by many employers, because
their certification demonstrates specialized knowledge
- Recognized for their clear
commitment to lifelong learning
- Viewed as having enhanced
professional credibility, because their certification shows that they Care
to Be the Best!
New in 2016
This year brings many exciting changes to the certification program as we
celebrate our 25th anniversary!
Deadlines and important dates
- August 8, 2016 — Deadline for
online applications for initial certification and renewal by exam
- September 19 to October 7, 2016 —
Exam writing window
- November 30, 2016 — Deadline for
online applications for renewals by continuous learning
For questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-361-8404.
Apply or renew online now at getcertified.cna-aiic.ca
Occupational Health Nurses from across Canada have been meeting
informally since 1980. The current association now known as COHNA was founded in 1984 and
incorporated in 1994.
- Developing national
standards and guidelines;
working relationships between Provincial/Territorial Associations;
- Providing a
forum for members to network, exchange knowledge and share expertise;
legislation and regulations to improve the health and safety of workers; and
the diverse role of the occupational health nurse to business, community,
government and professional affiliates at every opportunity.
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