Jun 19, 2019
Solidarity Beyond Borders, Understanding Mental Injuries at Work
HS - Solidarity beyond Borders
Jun 19, 2019 (9:00am-12:00pm)
Health and safety standards are starkly different around the world. Trade deals signed by our government not only keep workers in other countries down, but can also hurt Canadian workers. This module examines a few of the socioeconomic and political realities of the global workforce to illustrate how poor health and safety laws around the world make it harder for us to bring positive change to workers in Canada.
HS - Understanding Mental Injuries at Work
Jun 19, 2019 (12:00pm-4:00pm)
New forms of work, job insecurity, work intensification, high demands, violence and a resulting poor work-life balance are resulting in psychosocial and mental health problems in CUPE workplaces. This module focuses on the workplace as the cause of mental health issues, and not the individual. Discuss strategies and actions that actually help make workplaces psychologically healthier and safer.
CUPE Sudbury Area Office
888 Regent Street Suite 205
Your registration is not final until payment is received. If payment is not received within 7 days, your seat will be released.
Please make cheques payable to: Sudbury District CUPE Council
Mail payment to: Sudbury District CUPE Council
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Copper Cliff ON
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Liane (Liane) Cecchetto