Workplace health and safety includes identifying and addressing hazards that can cause mental injury. Learn more about the CSA National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, raise your awareness of workplace mental health concerns, identify common psychological hazards and learn how to incorporate psychological considerations into your health and safety program. Your Construction Safety Association of Manitoba and other Industry-Based Safety Programs have partnered with Safe Work Manitoba to deliver this workshop, with the aim of building awareness about psychological health and safety in Manitoba workplaces. Developed in conjunction with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg (CMHA) and the MFL Occupational Health Centre (OHC), this full-day workshop is considered an intermediate level intended for workplace stakeholders who have knowledge and experience with occupational health and safety and workplace health and safety programs.  

[COURSE FULL] A Hazard is A Hazard – Workplace Psychological Health and Safety [Winnipeg]

More dates are available. Please check the full list at SAFE Work Manitoba.

Location: 1447 Waverley Street, Winnipeg MB Date: June 17, 2019 Course Length: 8:30AM to 4:30PM Cost: Free! This course will teach participants about what workplace psychological health and safety is about. Participants will raise their awareness of workplace mental health concerns, identify common psychological hazards and learn how to roll psychological considerations into their health and safety program.


[COURSE FULL] A Hazard is A Hazard – Workplace Psychological Health and Safety [Brandon]

More dates are available. Please check the full list at SAFE Work Manitoba.

Location: 950 10th Street, Brandon MB Date: September 24, 2019 Course Length: 8:30AM to 4:30PM Cost: Free! This course will teach participants about what workplace psychological health and safety is about. Participants will raise their awareness of workplace mental health concerns, identify common psychological hazards and learn how to roll psychological considerations into their health and safety program. 


For more dates and locations, offered by other Industry-Based Safety Programs, please visit the SAFE Work Manitoba website.