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Psychosocial & Mental Health aspects of Health & Safety

April 29, 2021 at 1:00pm - at 4:00pm

Health & Safety Training

Thursday, April 29, from 1pm to 4pm (Eastern time)

This program provides a basic understanding of psychosocial work hazards and how they may impact workers’ mental health. It outlines the health effects associated with psychosocial hazards and explores a range of workplace factors. Participants will discuss methods to identify and assess psychosocial hazards, including policies and programs, physical and cognitive demands analysis and workplace surveys. The program concludes with a discussion on preventative and protective measures for a safer and healthier workplace. Video clips and case studies also engage learners and help them identify and understand contributing and workplace factors, as well as gain a basic understanding of the accommodation process.

Registration

Registration for this training is closed.

Contact

For more information on this session, please contact the CAUT Education Officer, Justine De Jaegher, at dejaegher@caut.ca.