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psychological health and safety

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Free webinar on the national standard for psychological health and safety in Canadian workplaces

Sign up today for a free webinar on the national standard for psychological health and safety in Canadian workplaces In any given year, one in five people in Canada experiences a mental health problem or illness, with a cost to the economy estimated to be in excess of $50 billion annually. Mental health problems and … Continue reading »

CCOHS Free Webinar: Psychological Health and Safety-An Action Guide for Employers

We have made significant progress in addressing workplace factors that impact the physical health and safety of employees; now we need to give similar attention to psychological health. Psychological health concerns have a powerful and expanding impact on the safety, productivity and effectiveness of the workplace. To provide employers with guidance that includes practical, accessible … Continue reading »

Creating a standard for psychological health

by  Cheryl A. Edwards A proposed CSA standard has been developed, setting out optimistic goals and processes for achieving “psychological health and safety” in the workplace. The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) released the draft standard on Nov. 1, 2011 for a public consultation that ended on Jan. 6, 2012. The final standard, which is expected to … Continue reading »

National standard for psychological health and safety in the Canadian workplace released

Heenan Blaikie LLP Cheryl A. Edwards and Shane Todd A new and surprisingly complex Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standard may be arriving at and impacting your workplace soon. A proposed Standard has been developed, setting out optimistic goals and processes for achieving “psychological health and safety” in the workplace. Policies, procedures, hazard identification, incident investigation and monitoring … Continue reading »

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