Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace

MINDfull (TM) 

Bridges Health recognizes that psychological health and safety is a key driver in workplace production, engagement and culture. The cornerstone of MINDfull is The CSA National Standards on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. By utilizing the framework and guidelines of The Standards, our program will positively impact recruitment, retention, absenteeism/presenteeism, performance, and organizational excellence and sustainability.

The goal of our program includes a collective focus on the prevention of psychological harm to employees, promotion of psychological health and wellness, increased productivity and engagement of employees and employers; the development and continuous improvement of workplace culture. With a strong partnership between Bridges Health and your organization, MINDfull has the capacity to identify psychological health and safety hazards, target high risk workplace factors and provide evidenced based recommendations and interventions to benefit both the employer and the employee.

One of the advantages to the MINDfull program is its adaptability; the program as a whole has 5 phases however is completely customizable to fit with any organization no matter the size, industry, or sector. With hands on support from our workplace consultant, your organization will be able to confidently promote, address, and improve psychological health and safety policy, procedure and practice.  

Empowering organizations to uncover problematic factors and discover meaningful solutions as a collaborative team is key to sustainable change. Working together with leadership, middle management, front line employees and Bridges Health, MINDfull will set your organization apart and ensure lasting organizational change. Psychological health and safety and mental wellness is a shared responsibility. The workplace may not always be part of the issue, nevertheless it can always be part of the solution.

MINDfull Manager Training

MINDfull™ Manager Training series is facilitated within internal workplaces/organizations as well as public seminars. The training has been facilitated to various occupational sectors including public, private and government. The creation of this program and curriculum came out of numerous conversations with representatives within the public and private sectors. A qualitative analysis of the discussions produced a common theme; managers, leaders, and supervisors were not trained, prepared, or confident in having those conversations with their employees.  Through extensive research, the MINDfull™ Manager Training was designed and has been facilitated to approximately 500 managers, supervisors and leaders since 2016. The design of the curriculum includes a combination of recent research, best practice methodology, practical and applicable tools that participants can being to utilize immediately.  Bridges Health currently has 11 core curriculums that can be delivered over 2 days, or a la carte. 

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Just as physical first aid is administered to an injured person before medical treatment can be obtained, MHFA is given until appropriate treatment is found or until the crisis is resolved.

The MHFA Canada program aims to improve mental health literacy, and provide the skills and knowledge to help people better manage potential or developing mental health problems in themselves, a family member, a friend or a colleague. 

Join one of our Public MHFA Courses across Saskatchewan - or contact us to bring this training to your organization!

 

Bridges Health can answer your questions in a free consultation meeting. Contact us

 

Awards & Recognition

WCB claims
2014 Service Finalist
2013 Service Finalist
2012 Service Finalist
2012 Innovation Recipient
claim management
2014 Recipient Business of the Year
2013 Recipient Business of the Year
IRC rehabilitation
2014 New Direction Finalist
2013 Leadership Finalist