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How to Prevent & Manage Chronic Stress Claims from Harassment, Bullying and other Workplace Stressors

April 27, 2018

How to Prevent & Manage Chronic Stress Claims from Harassment, Bullying and other Workplace Stressors

HALE Health and Safety Solutions Ltd.

April 27, 2018

Victoria, BC



Workers who are exposed to chronic stress are at greater risk of mental injury and illness, especially if the stress is related to workplace harassment or bullying.

Organizations that take action to prevent and manage chronic stress have more engaged workers with greater creativity and problem solving capacity. They have higher productivity, higher customer satisfaction, less absenteeism, fewer injuries, illnesses and lost time claims, fewer workplace conflicts and less turnover.

If you are involved in managing workers, claims, or return to work, this workshop will give you confidence in having a workable strategy and process for preventing chronic mental stress and managing claims that may arise in your organization.


You will Learn

  • How chronic stress causes disability and risk
  • How entitlement for workers’ compensation benefits is determined
  • How to prevent identify and address root causes of workplace harassment and bullying
  • How to develop effective accommodation and return to work plans for a worker with mental illness



Instructor: Elizabeth Rankin-Horvath, B.A.Sc. (Hons), CRSP

Founder and President, Hale Health and Safety Solutions



From toxic to terrific! Elizabeth specializes in helping employers create psychologically healthy and safe workplaces where workers at all levels can flourish. After 20+ years helping organizations improve their health and safety and claims management, Elizabeth was chosen to be the CSA Group Project Manager for the creation of the National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace and has been honoured for her work in advancing workplace mental health. She now works with organizational leaders and their teams to identify and address the causes of excess stress and toxic work environments.


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April 27, 2018
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