Mental Health Best Practice Group

Service Hospitality assembled a working group with a mission to discuss best practices and implement positive change surrounding mental health, psychological health and safety in the workplace and claims management in your organizations. Meeting two to three times annually, alternating between Saskatoon, Regina, and virtually, we collectively discuss best practices and policies and offer training and resources to help members promote employees’ psychological health and prevent psychological harm due to workplace factors.

To join this group, contact us at info@servicehospitality.com with your name, organization, and contact information to join for FREE today! 

Why join the group?

  • Share best practices with private, public, government, and non-profit organizations across Saskatchewan. 

  • Learn more about when psychological injuries become WCB claims and how to manage those claims effectively. 

  • Before the pandemic, the annual economic cost of mental illness in Canada was estimated at over $50 billion per year. That number continues to grow. 

  • Like physical safety, preventing psychological injuries is the best way to protect your employees and save money.

Why this matters to our industries…

  • Accommodation and food services, government services, and information and culture industries have the highest prevalence of mental illness.

  • Rates of depression are highest in industries with the most interaction with the public or clients.

  • Unfortunately, these industries are also some of the hardest hit by the pandemic. 

  • Workplace factors have a significant effect and can help to reduce both the human and economic cost of mental injuries and illnesses. 

In Canada, one in five people is affected by a mental health problem or illness. Those employed in the services sector are more likely to experience mental health issues.

In October 2016, the Saskatchewan Government passed an amendment to the Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013, establishing a rebuttable presumption for those experiencing work-related psychological injuries. This has highlighted the employer’s duties and responsibilities regarding workplace mental health. Employers are responsible for handling psychological injury claims effectively and incorporating mental health into the existing Safety Management System.

Service Hospitality wants you to be a part of our Mental Health Best Practice Group! Attend information sessions and receive emails with valuable resources. Over 120 employer organizations are participating in this group, which is regularly growing!

To join this group, contact us at info@servicehospitality.com with your name, organization, and contact information to join for FREE today! 


Mental Health Best Practice Group Members:

Athabasca Catering Ltd
Canalta Food Services Ltd. 
Canalta Martensville
Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division
CanOps
City of Regina

City of Saskatoon
Clare Parker Homes
Climate Smart Solutions
Comfort Inn & Suites Saskatoon and Regina
Community Futures Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Conexus Credit Union
Cosmopolitan Industries
Creative Options Regina
Crown Investments Corporation, Government of Saskatchewan
D3H Hotels
Dakota Dunes Casino, SIGA
Decode Greatness

Delta Hotel Regina
Double Tree by Hilton
Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch Inc.
Energy Safety Canada
Globex Management Corp
Gold Eagle Casino

Gold Eagle Lodge
Holy Family RCSSD #140
Hospice St. Marie Bernard Inc
JCL Care Foundation Inc.
John Howard Society of Saskatchewan
K-Bro Linen Systems
Living Skies Housing Authority
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Mcdonald’s Restaurants of Canada
Ministry of Finance, Government of Saskatchewan
Ministry of Health, Government of Saskatchewan
Ministry of Highways, Government of Saskatchewan
Ministry of Immigration and Career Training, Government of Saskatchewan
Ministry of Labour Relations & Workplace Safety, Government of Saskatchewan
Ministry of Social Services, Government of Saskatchewan
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham (Estevan & Weyburn)
Mosaic Potash Regina
Navera Community Connections
Neil Squire
North East Outreach & Support Services
Plains HR Services
Public Service Commission, Government of Saskatchewan
Ranch Ehrlo Society
Regina Hotel Association
SARC
SARCAN Recycling
SaskAbilities
SaskGaming
Saskatchewan Alternative Initiatives
Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association
Saskatchewan Motor Safety Association
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association
Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Saskatchewan Union of Nurses
Saskatchewan WCB
Saskatoon Open Door Society
Saskatoon Public School Division
Saskatoon Student Child Care Services Inc.
Saskatoon Tribal Council
Scholastic Book Fairs – Saskatoon
Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS)
Sienna Senior Living
South Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre
Special Olympics Saskatchewan
Storm Group of Companies

Temple Hotels Inc.
The Atlas Hotel
Thomas Circle of Care
Tourism Saskatchewan

University of Regina
University of Saskatchewan
Vonda Co-op

Yail Harbor Inc.
YMCA of Regina