Improving Psychological Health and Safety in Your Workplace

Earlier this month, in Canada’s Occupational Health & Safety Magazine, an article was published discussing harassment in a Saskatchewan workplace, which led to a suspension.

The article (Saskatchewan’s child advocate apologizes for harassment that led to suspension), discusses that the investigation and suspension resulted from multiple complaints of harassment. It further voices that, “. . . all workplaces should be safe and free of all harassment,” and, “harassment cannot be tolerated in any workplace.”

As mentioned, it is important to support the right to work in a safe and respectful environment, but that can pose the inquiry as to “how” can an organization make that happen?

Service Hospitality has a variety of interactive training sessions, which focus on psychological health and safety management systems, psychological health and safety in the workplace, striving for a respectful workplace and more.

Not quite sure what harassment in the workplace, means?
Check out our Service Hospitality TV Episode, “Harassment in the Workplace.”

Unsure where to start? We have your back!
Check out our Service Hospitality TV video, The First Steps to Mental Health in the Workplace.” where we discuss the 4 steps needed to help get your organization on track!

We have also assembled a Mental Health Best Practice Group. This group is on a mission to work together to implement best practices and positive changes for mental health, safety and claims management, in the workplace. Collectively discussing practices and policies while offering training resources to help YOU promote psychological health and prevent psychological harm in the workplace. Find out more here!

Looking for more information?

Contact one of Service Hospitality’s Safety Advisors – they’d be more than happy to help you and your organization grow!

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