Psychological Health and Safety Courses

Psychological health is our ability to think, feel and behave in a way that allows us to perform effectively in our work environments, our personal lives and in society at large.

Psychological safety deals with identifying and lessening psychosocial risk factors and the effect they might have on an employee’s psychological well-being. Improving psychological safety at work involves taking precautions to prevent injury or danger to employees’ psychological health.

Do you need help in promoting a psychologically healthy workplace?

Here are some resources to help you: 

Online training from the University of Fredericton:

The following psychological health and wellness programs are offered at a discounted rate to Saskatchewan workers. For more information and to register, visit UFred’s registration page.

Online training from Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety: 

The following online courses were developed by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). They are delivered in partnership with WorkSafe Saskatchewan and are free of charge to Saskatchewan workers and employers. For more information and to register, visit CCOHS’ registration page. 

Course name Course fee Target audience
Being a Mindful Employee: An orientation to Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace Free Employers, managers, supervisors and front-line workers
Mental Health: Awareness Free Employers, managers, supervisors and front-line workers
Mental Health: Communication Strategies Free Employers, employees, managers and supervisors
Mental Health: Health and Wellness Strategies Free Employers, employees, managers and supervisors
Mental Health: Psychologically Healthy Workplaces Free Employers, employees, managers and supervisors
Mental Health: Signs, Symptoms and Solutions Free Employers, employees, managers and supervisors

Fact sheets and posters:

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Psychological Health & Safety Learning event:

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