Psychological Health and Safety Resource Centre
A psychologically healthy and safe workplace is defined as “a workplace that promotes workers’ psychological well-being and actively works to prevent harm to worker psychological health, including in negligent, reckless or intentional ways”. *
*The CSA Group’s national standard, Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, outlines best practices for employers to assess elements in their workplace that may impact the psychological health and safety of workers.
Get an introduction to the national standard in this 30-second video.
Mental Health and Wellness in the Workplace | Pilot Course
In response to industry need, Energy Safety Canada is piloting Mental Health and Wellness in the Workplace on October 8. This one-day, virtual, instructor-led course helps participants better understand how to identify mental injuries and have conversations about mental health, suicidality and trauma.
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