Reporting the right information at the right time in the right way to a variety of oversight bodies is a key regulatory requirement for LTC homes and employees. The reporting imperative and the importance of making everyone at a home aware of their specific obligations has been highlighted at Ontario’s Long-Term Care Homes Public Inquiry, as well as the potential consequences when this does not happen.
Take advantage of this timely opportunity to refresh your knowledge and ensure your home is up-to-date on its obligations, as well as on the different reporting formats required by the range of agencies involved. Get a clear understanding of what the specific reporting requirements are for employers and for employees to Ministries, the WSIB, regulatory colleges, and the Office of the Coroner. Most sessions will be led by a representative from each of these bodies who will also be on hand to answer your questions.
Get a fresh update about:
- Your home’s reporting obligations to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the Ministry of Labour, and WSIB
- Reporting obligations to a regulatory College when you are acting in the capacity of an employer, facility operator or a representative of an employer of regulated health care providers, including independent contractors; e.g. Nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapist, social workers, etc.
- Reporting to the Office of the Coroner
- What must be reported and how to know if a report is necessary
- When reports must be made and how to make them
- What happens if a report is not made
- Balancing reporting requirements with resident confidentiality obligations
Debra Cooper-Burger, Consultant (Facilitator)
Stacy Colameco, Director Long-Term Care Inspections Branch, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Dr. Roger Skinner, Regional Supervising Coroner, Office of the Chief Coroner for Ontario
Anne Duffy, Provincial Co-ordinator, Occupational Health and Safety Branch, Ministry of Labour
Mary Jane Dykeman, Partner, DDO Health Law
Representative from WSIB, TBD