Welcome to the Manitoba Occupational Health Nurses Interest Group website.
 Manitoba’s occupational health nurses are individually and jointly dedicated to the prevention of occupational illness and injury and promotion and maintenance of the health of workers in all occupations.  Occupational health nursing is a specialty within the broader profession of nursing and requires special skills and knowledge in the fields of occupational health and safety education, counseling, environmental health, rehabilitation, human resources and ergonomics.  The Occupational Health Nurse acts as the liaison between the workplace and the community in issues related to occupational illnesses and injuries.

 Join Us  for only $30.00 a year and help strengthen Occupational Health Nursing
We are developing online forms but in the meantime, member forms can be obtained by emailing : Geoffrey  Thompson at 


                       Get the membership form from our "file cabinet" on the Who is MOHNIG page.
                                                                                          NEW NEW NEW!

Only for paid members, you will be receiving the Comfort Zone news letter starting this October, 2017. We have purchased this Canadian health and safety publication for a year as part of our value of membership. It has great information, occupational health news as well as safety news and tips. We will appreciate your feedback over the next year so we know to renew come next September.
It is great to see new nurses becoming involved as we grow our organization and representation of occupational health nursing in Manitoba!


   MOHNIG 2018 Fall Gathering

Tuesday, November 20th
1:30 - 4:00 pm
Location: 60 Osborne Street North

Education : On May 31, we became governed by The Regulated Health Professions Act . Join us November 20 from 1330- 1600  in person or by phone to learn about what this means to OHN practice. We’ll review how this act has impacted the use of standing orders and other key aspects of OHN practice. Fellow member Bernice Irvine, Manager of the WRHA Occupational Health Services, will share her experience in adapting processes and procedures for the Act. We anticipate a lively discussion based on the facts, which will help dispel confusion around this topic.  

Afternoon refreshments will be served.

MOHNIG Business Agenda
- Reminder to please bring your dues for the 2018-2019 year ($30 pp, check or cash)
- Round table discussion - a chance to learn from each other about pressing issues. Maybe introduce a few new guests to the group??
- COHNA update from Ashley K. (COHNA Rep for MOHNIG). Exploring the Pros and Cons of membership
- Group discussion on new educational topics and speakers for 2019 Winter and Spring meetings
- Revisit suggested investments from our last AGM (e.g. library, bursaries etc.)


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