Psychological health and safety in the workplace is an issue of growing concern for employers across the country. A number of initiatives and events focus attention on mental health issues and explore strategies to improve psychological health and safety as well as the productivity of those experiencing mental health issues at work. Some of these are listed below.
Presented by Robyn Priest: LIVE YOUR TRUTH PRESENTS Free Online Introduction to Peer Support in the Workplace
Monday, May 6, 2019
Presented by McMaster University, the 2-day program, led by peer educators, builds knowledge, skills and resources to promote early intervention and support for mental health at work, and psychological health and safety in the workplace. For more information, please view this poster.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Presented by The Mental Health Commission of Canada - Substance Use and Mental Health on Campus Engagement EventThis breakfast event will be an opportunity to bring together diverse perspectives to contribute to a thoughtful dialogue about the intersection of mental health on campus and substance use and addiction (best practices, challenges, priorities, etc.) to inform the PSS Standard.
Friday, May 24, 2019
Presented by Robyn Priest - LIVE YOUR TRUTH PRESENTS Free Online Introduction to Peer Support in the WorkplaceThis introduction to Peer Support in the workplace is a great start to any business owner, employer, and employee.
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Presented by Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association: The 2-day Conference combines leading-edge educational sessions, exhibit hall networking opportunities and optional workshops providing the opportunity to explore key topics in more depth with a smaller group led by four experts.
Thursday, June 6, 2019
The second annual Recovery Capital conference will once again feature relevant, thought-provoking, and cutting-edge content with world-renowned experts, policy influencers and disrupters who will discuss, share, and collaborate on the many facets of what recovery looks like today.
Thursday, September 26, 2019