Commentaries on the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace: exploring employer perspectives on the potential of the Standard to reduce conflict and the risk of related legal actions.
by Dr. Martin Shain SJD & Louise Bradley, President and CEO, Mental Health Commission of Canada
Co-funded by the Mental Health Commission of Canada and the Neighbour at Work Centre
"Achieving a Culture of Psychological Health and Safety"
"Is the National Standard for Psychological Safety in the Workplace really voluntary at all? The evolving legal landscape"
"Overcoming Barriers to Implementing the National Standard for Psychological Safety in the Workplace"
Connecting Workplace Mental Health and Population Health: a call to action for epidemiologists
Canadian Academy of Psychiatric Epidemiology (CAPE) Newsletter. Vol. 4, 4-6, 2014
Weathering the Perfect Legal Storm (2014):
Navigating requirements of the emerging duty to provide a psychologically safe system of work in the context of the voluntary National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace CSA Z1003/BNQ 9700-803
The Road To Psychological Safety: legal, scientific and social foundations for a national standard on psychological safety in the workplace (2012)
Martin Shain, Ian Arnold and Kathy GermAnn
Preventing and Managing Mental Disability at Work: the HR dilemma and how to resolve it
Martin Shain & Jean-Marc MacKenzie
Benefits and Pensions Monitor, April 2011, P.18-19
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Tracking the Perfect Legal Storm (2010)
Une bataille juridique tout à fait légitime (2010)
Psychological Safety at Work: new trends in the law and implications for employers
Benefits and Pensions Monitor 19, 5, 30-31, August 2009 http://guardingmindsatwork.ca/files/file/Benefits_Pensions%20Monitor%20article_Shain%202009.pdf
Psychological Safety at Work: emergence of a corporate and social agenda in Canada
International Journal of Mental Health Promotion 11, 3, 42-48, August 2009
Stress at Work, Mental Injury and the Law in Canada: A Discussion Paper for the Mental Health Commission of Canada (February 2009)
Le rapport Shain sur le stress au travail/les dommages psychologiques dans le contexte juridique canadien