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The Missing Link – Implementing Psychological Health and Safety into Your Workplace

Take a moment to think about health and wellbeing, what comes to mind? For many of us, we tend to view health and wellbeing as a physical state. Now take a moment to think about safety in the workplace, what comes to mind? Again, for many of us, we tend to focus our workplace safety […]

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Is Psychological Health & Safety on Your Radar?

Since 2016, the number of psychological injury claims accepted by the Saskatchewan WCB has grown by over 180%!  If psychological health and safety isn’t on your radar, it needs to be! Preventing injuries is always priority #1, but what if a psychological injury occurs?  Does your organization have a process in place to manage that […]

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I’m Fine, Thanks – Virtual Opportunities to Support Mental Health

As some organizations prepare to re-open and others prepare to remain closed or work remotely for the long haul, mental health continues to be a very real and timely concern.  According to data from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in partnership with Maru/Matchbox, the majority of Canadians when asked “how are you?” will rely […]

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