Check out the resources on health and well-being support for the arts & entertainment industry in Canada.
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Psychological Safety Hazards present just as much of a safety risk as Physical Safety Hazards in the workplace. If we wouldn’t ignore someone sitting in front of us with a broken leg, then we must treat someone’s Psychological Safety with same care, empathy, and respect.
Support to help cope with stress, anxiety, depression, life transitions, and more.
Finding help when you are going through a difficult time can be overwhelming. Check these resources by Behind the Scenes.
The more we learn about mental health and mental illnesses, the better equipped we are to maintain and improve mental health for ourselves and others. Whether you are looking for more information on a specific mental illness, need some tips on keeping your own mental health in balance, or are looking for help for yourself or someone you care about, CMHA can help.
Mental health is a state of well-being in which a person understands his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully and is able to make a contribution to his or her community. A mentally healthy workplace is a high-functioning, respectful and productive environment. Check our resources here:
Check out the resources on mental health awareness, leadership strategies and work-life balance tips.
Check out the resources by Work Wellness Institute about creating healthy workplaces.
Every incident must be immediately reported to the worker’s direct supervisor and if applicable, the first aid attendant on duty. After any incident that results in an injury that requires medical treatment for a worker, and near misses with the potential of causing serious injury, an incident investigation must be conducted to:
- Determine the cause of the incident.
- Identify any unsafe conditions or work procedures that contributed to the incident.
- Find ways to prevent similar incidents from happening.
- Prepare an Employer Incident Investigation Report (EIIR) and if applicable notify WorkSafeBC (WSBC).