8:15am - Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00am – Psychological Health and Safety: “Let’s Build a Toolbox” - L2 Health
10:45am- What is Mental Health and Illness? - Canadian Mental Health Association
1:00 - Understanding Mental Health in SK Workplaces - WCB
2:45- Return to Work Strategies for Employees with Mental Health Conditions – Bridges Health
4:00 – Closing
Psychological Health and Safety: Let’s Build a Tool Box - L2 Health Management
This inter-active session will provide answers to the questions: What is the difference between psychological health and psychological safety and why should we care? How do we identify psychological safety hazards in our workplaces? Can we use traditional hazard identification and risk frameworks for psychological safety? How do we implement initial pieces from the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety this year?
What is Mental Health & Illness? Canadian Mental Health Association
This session will provide a general overview of mental health including the difference between mental health and mental illness, understanding the various mental illnesses. They will also address how ones mental health is impacted or impacts the work environment, some tips possibly on signs and then suggestions/ideas on how to work with a colleague who has a mental illness.
Understanding Mental Health in Saskatchewan Workplaces – WCB
This session is specifically regarding the legislation and policy framework that is in place for Saskatchewan businesses to follow in recognizing mental health injuries, determining the scope of workplace responsibility for mental health injuries and understanding how the mental health injury claims are handled from WCB.
Return to Work Strategies for Employees with Mental Health Conditions – Bridges Health
The Mental Health Commission of Canada states that 1 in 5 (20%) Canadians will personally experience mental health illness in their lifetime; currently mental illness is affecting 6.7 million Canadians as compared to 1.4 million affected by heart disease and 2.2 million affected by Type 2 Diabetes. With 1 in 5 diagnosed and 2/3 of Canadians spending 60% or more of their time at work the question becomes “how is this being managed and are there other factors contributing to the wellness of our employees within our workplaces?”
CSSE South SK Members - $80
CSSE Members - $160
Non Members - $190
Students - $80
Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch
200 Lakeshore Dr Regina
Regina, SK S4S 7L3
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