Lambda Solutions Deploys Moodle LMS for B.C. Healthcare Safety Training Program – May 10th, 2010

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OHSAH is a provincial government agency which provides injury and illness prevention training for British Columbia’s healthcare industry workers. In the fall of 2009, OHSAH contracted Lambda Solutions, a Vancouver-Based authorized Moodle Partner, to deploy its training material into a Moodle Learning Management System. The Moodle was successfully rolled out for testing in late 2009, allowing OHSAH to more effectively train, track, certify and provide feedback to learners, over the web. The organization is now preparing to administer the Moodle to Healthcare Workers around B.C.

“We chose Moodle because it’s cost effective to install, has no annual licensing fees and is a flexible and modular install, allowing us to build out the system with more functionality as we need to,” said Catherine Ogden, Director of Knowledge Solutions for OHSAH. “Overall we are very satisfied with Moodle. It has streamlined our learning process for users and has enabled more instructional methods to be incorporated into future course developments, such as discussion forums, blogs and wikis.”

Lambda finished developing and installing the Moodle LMS in late 2009, with a custom theme, functionality and compatibility with a Windows-based environment. OHSAH’s Knowledge Solutions team is now preparing to administer their Moodle-based courses to B.C Healthcare Workers and Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committees around British Columbia.

About Lambda Solutions
Lambda Solutions is a full-service Moodle Partnered organization, specializing in a wide range of e-Learning services, including Online Course Development and a full range of services for the Moodle (LMS) Learning Management System. Lambda Solutions has worked with a variety of Corporations, Government Organizations and Educational Institutions throughout North America, including PMC-Sierra, Kumon, Rogers, Vancity, BC Hydro, UBC, SFU and the governments of Alberta and British Columbia. The company was founded in 2002 and is based out of Vancouver, Canada. For more information, visit
The Occupational Health and Safety Agency for Healthcare (OHSAH) in British Columbia is a provincial occupational health and safety agency for the healthcare sector. OHSAH’s goal is to reduce workplace injuries and illness in healthcare workers and return injured workers back to the job quickly and safely. OHSAH is jointly governed by employers and unions (bipartite), providing an innovative approach to improving workplace health and safety in the healthcare sector. For more information, visit

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