Part of the MayDay, MayDay Webinar Series
Friday, May 13, 2022
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Continuing our Workplace Mental Health series looking at survey use, utility and “learnings” on both a broad and detailed scale.
SESSIONS / SPEAKERS:
How to (Not) Go Mad at Work in Chile:
Mandatory Assessing and Intervening with a Sentinel Event in the Workplace
Juan M Pérez Franco, Profesional, Unidad de Prevención y Vigilancia, Intendencia de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo, Superintendencia de Seguridad Social Ministerio del Trabajo | Gobierno de Chile
Job Stressors and Burnout: Does the Relationship Run in Both Directions?
Faraz Vahid Shahidi, Associate Scientist, Institute for Work & Health and Assistant Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Addressing Psychosocial Factors in the Workplace – A Partnership Between Union and Employer
From the Correctional Services Division of the Ministry of the Solicitor of Ontario:
Michelle MacLean, Correctional Officer and Vice-Chair (Union) of the Provincial Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee
Denise Sidsworth, Probation and Parole Officer and member (Union) of the Provincial Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee
Adam Cygler, Social Work Supervisor and member (Union) of the provincial Occupational Stress and Injury subcommittee
Frank Inglis, OPSEU Health and Safety Officer and Resource to the provincial Occupational Stress and Injury subcommittee
Lisa O’Brien, Senior Manager in the Office of the Executive Director and Co-Chair (Employer) of the Provincial Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee
Stephen Mitchell, Regional Director and member (Employer) of the Provincial Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee
NOTE: Use the links above to access the resources (recordings, slides, etc.) from each session.
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