Mental health at work: awareness

This short lesson, designed for employers, managers, supervisors and front-line employees, teaches about mental health at work. It describes the impact of mental illness, the difference between mental illness and stress, and the major factors that put people at risk. Furthermore, it aims to recognize mental illness at work and to identify possible routes for the promotion of mental well-being.

The lesson is to be followed on-line free of charge and consists of mainly informative material. The lesson is really meant to raise awareness. Incidentally, links to some further reading are given. Also some sources to underpin data and statements are given, however, mostly incomplete.

Language(s):

English, French

Original Authors:

Not indicated

Original affiliation, ownership:

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), Hamilton (ON), Canada

Year of publication:

2012

Charge for use or free:

Free of charge

Categories:

Target group(s):

Workers or managers; or in vocational training

Usefulness for non-OSH-expert professionals:

Fully useful for non-OSH-expert professionals in health care or other sectors; or in training

Time demand to complete the lesson or course:

0,5 hour

Comments:

The lesson is one of a number of free courses for public awareness that are offered by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS).

Intellectual property and copyright:

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The module is free to use. However, a general statement on copyrights for all material presented by the CCOHS can be found under http://www.ccohs.ca/ccohs/important.html . It states the following: “All rights reserved. Permission is granted to electronically copy and to print in hard copy for internal use only. No part of this information may be reproduced, modified, or redistributed in any form or by any means, for any purposes other than those noted above (including sales), without the prior written permission of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS).”

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