Nov. 17, 2023
This free 4-part series offered by the Canada Centre for Occupational Health and Safety provides practical advice on assessing and controlling workplace mental health hazards. Learn about program development, how to address hazards and risks, how to have meaningful conversations, and the intersectionality of mental health and other human rights concerns. The sessions are only 45 – 1 hr in length.
An introduction to healthy workplace concepts and program development steps. Learn about assessment tools and how to use results to begin developing a mental health program for your workplace.
Wednesday, November 22, 2023 at 11 am ET | 45 minutes | Live French Interpretation is available
Psychosocial factors and related hazards and risks – what they are and how you can address them in your workplace. You will learn how to identify these factors, hazards and risks, and take action to support your workplace.
Wednesday, January 24, 2024 @ 11 am ET | 45 minutes | Live French Interpretation is available
Beyond the Assessment: Conversations and Change
Conversations surrounding mental health can be challenging. Discover how to have meaningful conversations about mental health in the workplace, and how to manage change from both employer and worker perspectives.
Wednesday, February 7, 2024 @ 11 am ET | 45 minutes | Live French Interpretation is available
Beyond the Assessment: Recognize, Assess, Control and Evaluate
Mary Ann Baynton of Workplace Strategies for Mental Health will join us and discuss prevention practices and how mental health intersects with inclusion, diversity, and equity.
Applying an intersectional approach will help in assessing the potential impacts, enabling you to identify risks and potential challenges for your diverse workforce.
Wednesday, March 6, 2024 @ 11 am ET | 1 hour | Live French Interpretation is available
Please follow this link to the Registration Page