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.
Bottom Line 2019 – Big Challenges, Big Changes
Event Date From: 3/11/2019
Event Date To: 3/12/2019
Contact Name: Maya Russell
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Phone: 604-688-3234
Event Address/Location: The Westin Bayshore, 1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver
Event Province: British Columbia
Who Should Attend:
Presented by: Canadian Mental Health Association
From the effects of climate change, to managing substance use, to bullying and harassment - this conference will look at big challenges in the workplace, how real-world organizations have addressed them, and what tools you need now for the big changes ahead. Presented by the Canadian Mental Health Association, the annual conference provides an opportunity to build skills and share real experiences and successes while working towards the common goal of transforming Canadian workplaces into psychologically safe and supportive places where everyone can work safely and thrive. Hear from Jorgen Gullestrup, the founding CEO of MATES in Construction, Australia’s ground-breaking mental health campaign in the construction industry. Megan McPhee, lead counsel for the RCMP class-action lawsuit alleging a culture of bullying and harassment, will share her insight from this historic case about systemic workplace culture challenges, and what it takes to create safety at work.
Past events have sold out – register soon! Register by January 25 for Early Bird rates.