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Mental health and construction during recovery

Presented together with the Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA) With the support of BC Construction Safety Alliance Presented in partnership with Ledcor Group As we slowly begin to readjust to this new normal, many of us have questions on what’s next and how to cope with new reality of living with the virus and related consequences, adding a new level of insecurity and anxiety deep down in our mind. During this recovery, promoting sound mental health in the construction industry not only has the potential to save lives, it just makes good business sense, and it doesn’t have to take months of planning or be prohibitively expensive. How are you coping with your own stress and promoting your workers’ mental health? We explore: What contributes to an effective workplace psychological health and safety strategy during this recovery? Assessment and strengthening of psychologically safe leadership skills Enhancement of employee psychological health and resilience Tips for supporting team members on the jobsite in the era of COVID Communication strategies help navigate psychological stress Our expert panel includes: Ash Bender, MD, FRCPC, Staff Psychiatrist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and Director, Workplace Insight. Canadian Construction Assoication