Canadian Mental Health Association Collective Agreement
The Institute`s Regional Industrial Relations Services provides representative services to members across Canada, including mental health issues. These services include, but are not limited to, violations of the collective agreement on the complaints process, the duty to cooperate and human rights complaints. You can contact your Labour Relations Officer (ERO) and also ask for help from federal or provincial agencies, occupational health and safety officers or the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). All CUPE members work under the protection of a contract called a collective agreement. Your local negotiates the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve issues in the workplace. “[Our vision is] to create a culture that anchors mental health, safety and well-being in all aspects of the workplace through collaboration, inclusion and respect. This commitment belongs to every individual in the workplace” – JTF on Mental Health in the Workplace Guarding Minds @ Work (GM@W) is a unique, free and comprehensive set of resources to protect and promote mental health and safety at work. Some of these mental health issues occur in the workplace: The Mental Health Passport was designed, drafted and produced by Statistics Canada`s Mental Health Working Group. The passport provides tools to help you identify and reflect on the areas you want to improve in your life. Developing positive mental health habits that work for you will benefit you. If you constantly dedicate time to your mental fitness, you will get significant benefits, including energy stimulations, increased positive thinking, rejuvenation, self-confidence, decreased stress levels, optimization of cognitive abilities (for example.
B, critical thinking and problem solving), improved physical well-being and increased motivation. The Human Rights Code protects you from discrimination in terms of dismissal, refusal of employment or promotion because of a mental disability or addiction. You are also protected from harassment in your work. Contact your union or OHS representative (page 8) for provincial specifications and contacts. The Joint Task Force on Mental Health in the Workplace is a joint employer-union initiative. The CPSIP is a member of the Task Force and plays a critical role in addressing mental health issues in the federal public service and in improving the well-being of its members and all public servants. According to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, on average, one in five Canadians experiences a mental problem or illness in their lifetime. Mental problems and illnesses are the most common cause of disability in Canada.
Mental illness affects the greatest number of people in the middle of their working years, which reduces labour productivity. Contact Calian Group Limited, a Canadian company specializing in workplace health and wellness nationally: 1-877-225-4264 Statistics Canada studies have shown that 47% of Canadian workers consider their work to be the most stressful part of their day and life. There`s a good chance you`ll meet colleagues who suffer from mental health and/or have symptoms of mental illness. Here are some tips to guide you. The JLP offers unionized public sector employees and their managers in the core public administration a unique opportunity to come together to build a healthier and more productive workplace. CCOHS is Canada`s national resource for the promotion of occupational health and safety. Occupational health and safety (OHS) includes the promotion and maintenance of the physical, mental and social well-being of workers. Ask? Find your OHS representative: SAFETY INFOLINE 1-800-668-4284 This resource page provides you with information to help you make informed decisions about your health in areas such as mental health, healthy eating, physical activity, pregnancy and reproductive health Reliable and easy-to-understand health and safety information for Canadians and health professionals questions? 1-866-225-0709 or firstname.lastname@example.org If you have questions about your rights at work, the best person to talk to is your steward or local leader. You will know the specific details of your agreement.
Provincial employers comply with their respective provincial or territorial occupational health and safety laws. Most provincial health and safety regulations have been expanded to include psychological welfare violations in the definition of harassment (for those who do not explicitly mention it, the “general duty” clause would apply). See provincial OHS contacts on page 8. The MHCC regularly hosts webinars in many areas of mental health. Visit the webinar archive to download webinar materials and watch the webinar video presentation: www.mentalhealthcommission.ca Contact your province`s Occupational Health and Safety Services or visit their website (see contact information on pages 8 and 9 of this guide). Psychiatric services, contacts with therapists and counsellors, help and support in your community. The identification of these signs is inconclusive and must be determined by a certified psychiatrist: if you want a hard copy of your collective agreement, please talk to your steward. If you don`t know who your steward is or how to get to your home, contact your local CUPE office. 211 is Canada`s leading source of information on state, community, social and non-clinical health services in more than a hundred languages. The service guarantees privacy, is professional, free and available 24/7 all year round. NS Occupational Health and Safety Division Workers` Compensation Board of Nova Scotia Federal employers comply with the Canada Labour Code (Part II) and the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. OHS and Mental Health: Fact Sheets Accessibility: 211 Canada is available in most provinces to determine if your area is being served, please see www.211.ca Alberta Human ServicesAlberta Workers` Compensation Board The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (PSAP): Hope.
Help. Heal. The CFP provides information and resources to reduce suicide rates and minimize the harmful consequences of suicidal behaviour. They also provide contact information for crisis centres across Canada: For help or to find your nearest crisis centre: 1-800-64-PANIC Email: email@example.com 1-800-268-7708 or 1-800-567-5803 (for people with hearing loss) Download: Together Against Stigma: Changing the Way We See Mental Illness (pdf) GM@W: 1-800-668-4284 The CMHS has adopted the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace == References == The standard provides a framework for: Developed by the Education Section of THESPIP in collaboration with: Training and Education Committee Occupational health clinics are dedicated to the identification and prevention of work-related illnesses and injuries. Employment Assistance Services (EAS) is the largest national provider of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) for the Public Service of the Canadian federal government. It offers services that are:. If you require replacement assistance, please contact your regional office and/or Industrial Relations Officer (ROS). To best support you, contact an information specialist and choose: 2-1-1.
Mental Health Works (MHW) is a national social enterprise of CMHA. They offer person-centred, evidence-based and solution-oriented workshops, presentations and webinars. Human Rights Approach to Mental Health and Equality: You can apply to Canadian human rights law to protect yourself from harassment or discrimination if you are based on one or more of the 11 prohibited grounds of discrimination (disability, sex, race, etc.). N.B.: Please provide your full name, membership number, bargaining group and department. Commission des normes, de l`équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) By phone: 1-888-214-1090 Online file: www.chrc-ccdp.gc.ca Contact your CPSP labour relations officer: 1-800-267-0446 LifeLine Canada Foundation: Hope. Love. Support. The foundation offers a wealth of information, education and prevention strategies to support people in crisis situations. The app and website provide instant access to advice and support for those suffering from a crisis and have suffered the devastating loss of a loved one by suicide.
Download the app and find more information Select Contact Us at the top of the page, then select the list of employees from the menu on the right side of the page, then search for your region under Regional Labour Relations. Workers` Safety and Compensation Commission of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Mental Health in the Workplace: Promoting Psychological Health and Safety By phone: 1-800-267-0446: The CPSP receptionist will forward calls to the appropriate office or staff. By email: firstname.lastname@example.org online: www.pipsc.ca Click “Ask us” If your life is in danger or if you know someone`s life is in danger, call 9-1-1 now. Part II: Mental Health: Recognizing Signs and Getting Help Treasury Board departments comply with the Canada Labour Code (Part II) and the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. In addition, the Treasury Board has created additional guidelines and guidelines as part of the Public Service Occupational Health Program .. . .