Workshop Duration: 3 hours
Participant Profile: Anyone interested in raising operational efficiency or implementing The National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, ahead of legal requirements, especially human resource professionals, business owners, and emergency service managers.
Workshop Goal: To empower participants to implement the National Standards of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, including prevention, promotion, and guidance to staged implementation.
- Learn how to empathize with employees experiencing psychological distress.
- Clearly communicate key points from relevant portions of the guide.
- List 1-3 action items to implement within an agreed-upon time period.
- Follow up on action items with Mega Health’s ongoing support.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace?
The National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace is a stand alone voluntary standard. It provides a methodology that will lead to measurable improvements in psychological health and safety for Canadian employees in their workplaces.
Who is the Standard for?
The Standard is for both employees and employers. Employees will benefit from workplaces that promote and protect their psychological health and safety.
For employers, the business case rests on four main parameters – enhanced cost effectiveness, improved risk management, increased organizational recruitment and retention and organizational social responsibility.
Who implements the Standard?
Implementation of the Standard is up to individual organizations, labour groups, professional organizations, industry groups and other interested parties. The Standard is intended to provide guidance for employers, employees and employee representatives who are interested in protecting and promoting the psychological health and safety of workers.
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