*Note: the presentation is one hour (10:30AM-11:30AM) and the last half hour (11:30AM-12:00PM) will be reserved for question period.

Webinar #3: Introduction to Psychological Health and Safety


Those in management roles will learn about how to promote mental health and address mental illness, including addiction, in the workplace from a health and safety perspective. This webinar includes a review of local policies or regulations, and provides an overview of National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.


Please sign up for the webinar individually as certificates of completion will only be given to those who register.

If you will be streaming the webinar to a large group, a sign-in sheet can alternatively be requested. Instructions for using a group sign-in sheet will be emailed out to participants in advance of the webinar.

You must attend the entire duration of the webinar to receive a certificate.


Lucette Wesley, CIM
Lucette is a certified Mental Health Works Trainer and Psychological Health and Safety Advisor for the Canadian Mental Health Association. She understands the impact presenteeism, absenteeism, and disability has on an organization and the challenges managers face in addressing these, particularly in the area of workplace mental health.

Lucette has over 25 years of experience as Manager/Director of large disability claims operations responsible for up to 200 staff. Her expertise in disability management and her broad understanding of related fields is the foundation for providing support and innovation in disability management programs with employers, including large corporate, union and municipal plans. She was selected as one of the top 50 Women of Influence in the Canadian Insurance Industry by The Insurance and Investment Journal in 2014.

Lucette has been a long-time supporter of the CMHA as a Steering Committees member for the Bottom Line Conference and Women & Wellness events. She has trained in Mental Health First Aid and the Community Gatekeeper Program (Suicide Prevention).  She is the Past President of the BC Collaborative for Disability Prevention and the BC Lymphedema Association where she was an Editorial Board member for the national magazine Pathways. Lucette has actively promoted and supported mental health initiatives in her current and past workplaces and the external community.

Canadian Mental Health Association Webinar #3: Introduction to Psychological Health and Safety

  • December 4, 2018