WorkSafeBC to Award Innovation at Work Grants

The program provides funding for small-scale projects that promote increased interaction between workplace parties, organizations, and/or researchers.

The notice of intent deadline, Nov. 24, is coming up fast for organizations planning to apply for WorkSafeBC Innovation at Work grants. The Innovation at Work program is intended to provide funding for small-scale projects that promote increased interaction between workplace parties, organizations, and/or researchers; using the resources of those who are most affected by its policies and programs helps WorkSafeBC and employers ensure that critical areas of need are addressed and practical solutions are implemented.

The maximum grant for these projects is normally $50,000 with a maximum duration of one year. The experience and capability of project teams will be a primary consideration in selecting awardees.

The application deadline is Jan. 12, 2015.

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