Workplace Mental Health: A Framework for Leaders

This program is aimed at providing participants with the knowledge, tools, and techniques needed to respond effectively to psychological health and safety issues in the workplace.

Topics covered include:

  • Recognizing workplace contributors that may reflect a psychosocial health and safety risk factor
  • Being familiar with legislation as well as organizational policies and resources related to psychological health and safety
    • apply the concept of RACE to psychosocial hazards
    • learn about qualitative and quantitative demands
    • assisting workers to navigate resources and stay at or return to work in a safe and sustainable fashion
  • Tools in the toolbox, supporting workers with psychological or psychosocial concerns while at work, develop an understanding of the CSA Standard CSA-Z1003-13: Psychological Health and Safety in The Workplace and actions leaders can take
  • Normalizing conversations and discussions relating to mental health


Mental Health 101 (401) strongly recommended.

Intended Audience:

Supervisors, Managers, Joint Health and Safety Committee members and other internal leaders interested in taking an active role in workplace mental health.

1 day
Material(s) included with this course
  • Participant Manual