Below you will find the Island Health policies for Acceptable Use of Assets and Resources (18.104.22.168), Respectful Workplace (5.5.2), and Confidential Information (1.5.1). You will also find the Volunteer Resources Code of Conduct. All Island Health volunteer applicants must read and agree to the below policies and Code of Conduct prior to submitting an application.
Acceptable Use of Assets and Resources Policy
Respectful Workplace Policy
Confidential Information Policy
Island Health Volunteer Resources Standards of Conduct
The Island Health Board of Directors has endorsed the Values and Guiding Principles of the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement.
Please find below other Island Health policies relating to Volunteer Resources.
5.11.1P Volunteer Management Policy Development
5.11.2P Initial Screening and Registration of Volunteers
5.11.3P Volunteer Staff - Relations
5.11.4P Volunteer Orientation Program
5.11.5P Volunteer Training - Assignment Specific
5.11.6P Volunteer Training - Continuing Education
5.11.7P Evaluation of Volunteer Resources and Performance Reviews for Volunteers
5.11.8P Volunteer Assignments with Client Interaction
5.11.8PR Volunteer Assignments with Client Interaction Procedure
5.11.9P Scope of Volunteer Involvement
5.11.14P Collaboration with other Organizations Providing Volunteers within VIHA
5.11.14PR Collaboration with other organizations providing volunteers within VIHA Procedure
5.11.15P Volunteer Drivers
5.11.16 Volunteer Recognition and Support
5.11.17 Volunteer Involvement in Meal Time Support