The following resources and templates can help you start or maintain a psychological health and safety program in your workplace. You can also start integrating psychological health and safety int​o your existing sys​tems today.  ​

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Critical Incidents: Employees in Crisis

A critical incident is an event that takes place suddenly — like an injury, fatality or robbery — which can cause emotional or psychological trauma in people directly exposed to the in​cident. The following information sheets outline how to support employees in crisis: 
3693 SWM Critical Incident Employer Response Guidelines6.pdf3693 SWM Critical Incident Information Sheet6.pdf

Access the National Standard 


Other Resources Related to the Standard

​Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace:


“Assembling the Pieces” – Implementation Guide: 


Mental Health Commission of Canada 


Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (including on-line training)


Guarding Minds @ Work


Canadian Mental Health Association - The Workforce Mental Health Collaborative


SAFE Work Manitoba's Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace Strategy


Local Training Opportunities

SAFE Work Manitoba 
Free CCOHS Mental Health E-Learning Courses:
204 957-7233

Canadian Mental Health Association – Manitoba & Winnipeg


MFL – Occupational Health Centre


Vital Life

SAFE Work Manitoba has made all reasonable attempts to confirm the information that appears on the Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace section of our website is accurate and up-to-date. However, the information is a guide for general information purposes only and may require amendments from time to time. SAFE Work Manitoba cannot assume responsibility or liability for reliance by the third-parties referenced in this section.
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