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2018 Salary Survey

SALARY SURVEY – 2018 EDITION

Thanks to the work of numerous volunteers, CIPHI is pleased to present the latest edition of the national salary survey. For the specific details of any specific collective agreement, please contact the branch president for that province.

Environmental Public Health Week 2018

September 24-28, 2018 is Environmental Public Health Week in Canada? What are you doing to celebrate? Check out CIPHI’s Facebook page and Twitter feed to see what others have planned. And click here to see CIPHI President Ann Thomas’ proclamation for EPHW 2018!

2018 AGM Binder

CIPHI is pleased to present the AGM Report for the 84th Annual General Meeting.

Monday, September 17th, 2018
3:00pm – 4:00pm Central Standard Time
Raddison Hotel Saskatoon
405 20th Street East
Saskatoon, SK

Latest Issue of the Environmental Health Review Now Available

CIPHI Members,

The latest issue of the Environmental Health Review is now available via the Membership Services Centre.

http://pubs.ciphi.ca/loi/ehr

We welcome all members to continue to submit articles for publication. Submissions from practicing environmental public health practitioners, educators, and researchers will help to inform the field about current and important issues.

I hope you enjoy reading this Issue.

Andrew Papadopoulos, PhD, CPHI(C)
Editor, Environmental Health Review

International Disaster Relief Task Focus Team

CIPHI members took a survey in late 2016 to determine the level of interest in responding to international disaster relief. The survey report confirms that a process is needed to connect applicable NGOs with Environmental Public Health Professionals.

Members for the Task Focus Team needed!

One of the first tasks is to establish a Task Focus Team (TFT) to coordinate completion of the objectives in order to connect with NGOs. Click here to learn more, and volunteer to assist in the task focus team!

Motion to Amend By-law #7 Passed at AGM

Motion to Amend By-law #7 Passed at AGM?

At the 2017 CIPHI Annual General Meeting the membership voted? in favour of changing? By-Law #7 in support of mandatory membership implementation.?The National Executive Council would like to thank all members who attended the AGM to cast their vote and those that voted by proxy on this important issue

Background

The CIPHI Membership passed a motion at the?2015?Annual General Meeting (AGM) that the National Executive Council (NEC) take all necessary actions required to? incorporate the annual maintenance of a regular CIPHI membership as a requirement for the maintenance and use of the CPHI(C) credential for all individuals certified after?January 1, 2017.?? Failure to meet the membership requirements for the maintenance and use of the CPHI (C) credential can result in the suspension of the CPHI (C) credential

?It was subsequently established that the?most appropriate way to implement the wishes of the CIPHI membership? was to empower the CIPHI Board of Certification (BOC) to suspend and reinstate certificates. This required an amendment to Bylaw 7 and an amendment to the Board of Certification’s Regulations.?

The following bylaw amendments were taken to the membership? for voting and all? votes cast were in favour of the by-law change:

Amendment #1:?

Add the following to?SECTION 2 (A) Power of the Board:?

?The Board of Certification shall have the right and power to suspend a Certificate in Public Health Inspection (Canada) issued after January 1st?2017 to those persons the Board deems have not met all the requirements of the Board as provided in the Regulations.?

The Board of Certification shall have the right and power to reinstate a Certificate in Public Health Inspection (Canada) issued after January 1st?2017 to those persons the Board deems have met all the requirements of the Board as provided in the Regulations.?

?Amendment #2

Add the following to?SECTION 1 Definitions:

?E?“Suspend a certificate” means that the person issued that certificate?cannot use the title “Certified Public Health Inspector (Canada)”, use the designation “Certified Public Health Inspector (Canada)” or represent themselves as a “Certified Public Health Inspector (Canada)” until such time the certificate is reinstated.

?Next Steps

The Board of Certification has? worked in cooperation with the National Executive Council ( NEC) on this issue? and is now working on an amendment to BOC Regulation to support this by-law change.??

?Submitted on behalf of the National Executive Council by:

Ann Thomas
National President CIPHI

New President-Elect

The CIPHI National Executive Council is pleased to announce that Kari Engele-Carter has been appointed as CIPHI National President Elect effective July 2017. ? Kari will assume the position of CIPHI National President on?January 1st, 2019.

As many of you will know, Kari has ?been President of CIPHI SK Branch and a member of the National Executive Council since fall 2013. Prior to that she ?served as Secretary for SK Branch and the Chair of 6th Annual Professional Education and Development Seminar of CIPHI SK Branch (2013).? During her term on the CIPHI National Executive Council, she held ?positions on the following committees:? Awards Portfolio (Chair), BOC Appeal Board Panel (Lead), Membership Committee; ?Member Service Centre Committee (Lead), Communications Committee?and the Finance Committee?.

Kari has been a significant ?asset to CIPHI during her term ?on the National Executive Council and she is looking?forward to the opportunity to continue to volunteer with CIPHI in an expanded role.? Her goals ?for CIPHI National include?ongoing responsible financial planning, member engagement and advocacy and educational opportunities.? Kari is dedicated to implementing the mandatory membership frameworks and strengthening NEC relationships with CoPE, BOC and EHFC.? It is her goal to ?” to connect with more members and continuing work with the amazing dedicated volunteers of CIPHI, both provincially and nationally.”

CIPHI is fortunate to have someone with Kari’s knowledge and experience assuming ?this ?leadership position.?Please join me in welcoming Kari to her new position as National President Elect.

Sincerely
Ann Thomas
National President CIPHI

Revised Code of Ethics Released May 1st 2017

CIPHI is pleased to announce they have released an updated Code of Ethics for members.

Volunteer CIPHI now live!

Volunteer CIPHI is now here for members to create the best possible volunteer experience by providing CIPHI governing bodies and Branches of CIPHI?to post their volunteer positions. It also provides a place for potential volunteers to access opportunities and express interest in being a volunteer.

Check it out at Volunteer CIPHI

2016 Report to Membership

The NEC is pleased to present the 2016 Report to Membership