Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace

Psychological health and safety (PHS) is embedded in the way people interact with one another on a daily basis, it is part of the way working conditions and management practices are structured. Bearing this in mind mental health is a significant challenge across workplaces. The Canadian Mental Health Commission has reported that, in any given year, one in five people in Canada will experience a mental health problem or illness, with a cost to the economy well in excess of 50 billion dollars.

A Psychological Health and Safety Management System can help an organization identify hazards that can contribute to psychological harm to the worker. It is a preventive approach that assesses your workplaces practices and identifies those areas of concern.

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SPE – Z1003 Implementation Handbook (Paper or Free Download)

Assembling the Pieces – An ImplementationGuide to the National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the…

$30

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CAN/CSA-Z1003-13/BNQ9700-803/2013

Psychological health and safety in theworkplace – Prevention, promotion, and guidance to staged implementation. This standard is available as…

$3,021

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Psychological Health & Safety inthe Workplace – 1 Day Workshop (CLASSROOM)

Gain an understanding of this new standard, a review of the current landscape for workplace PHS, and learn tips for implementing an…

$495

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We Want to Hear from You

Become a Canadian leader of change and showcase your journey as you address Psychological Health and Safety (PH&S) nd workplace wellness in your organization. The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) wants to showcase leaders and identify champions of workplace wellness. By sharing your experiences you can help other organizations undergoing similar processes. CSA Group and MHCC invite you to take five minutes to complete this online form and share your experiences on the journey to improved workplace wellness.

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Interactive Audit Tool

The Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace has created an interactive audit tool for the National Standard ofCanada and made this version available at no cost on their website for all organizations who wish to do a review of psychological health and safety in their workplace.

Get Involved

The best way to get involved in standards development is to join our CSA Communities. This interactive platform allows you to discover, connect andcollaborate with others who share your commitment to safety and sustainability.

From the community you can:

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Gain valuable insight into key industry standards development andactivities

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Participate in on-going conversations on a range of standards-related topics

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Comment on draft versions of industry standards available for public review

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Apply to become a committee member and contribute to the development of new or updatedstandards

And Much More!

At CSA Group we believe standards make a difference in helping make the world a better, more sustainableplace.

Discover how you and your organization can help make a difference.

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