More than just the right thing to do, recent changes to the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act make the protection and promotion of the physical, psychological and social well-being
More than just the right thing to do, recent changes to the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act make the protection and promotion of the physical, psychological and social well-being of people a workplace requirement and priority for all.
While not easy work, this is good work. And it takes a community to do it.
As part of the local workplace community, you are invited to join a special conference: The Practice of Psychological Health and Safety at Work. At this conference, you will have the opportunity to learn from leading experts in the field, explore practical tools, and interact and work collaboratively with other workplace stakeholders.
Following the conference, you can continue the conversation by joining and contributing to a community of practice with other workplace leaders. From January to August 2019, the City will host a series of Psychological Health and Safety (PH&S) Labs designed to further the practice of psychological health and safety at work. Rooted in key themes, the agendas for the PH&S Labs will be based on the ideas, needs and input of participants. More information about the PH&S Labs will be shared at the conference.
We hope to see you on December 3. Let’s lead on this work together—with our community and for our community.
Conference: 9:00 am – 3 pm & Networking Event: 3-4 pm
Soup and salad bar included
The City of Lethbridge is proud to spearhead this initiative made possible through funding support from the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Innovation and Engagement Grants Program. The City’s aim, in alignment with the OHS grants program criteria, is to support the development of resources for local employers to implement the mental health components of the OHS Act by focusing on the psychosocial factors impacting mental health and social well-being in the workplace, building collective knowledge, and creating opportunity for organizations to work collaboratively to positively affect change in the local employer community.
Registration and ticket information:
To register, people have 3 options:
- Going to the ticket centre directly at the Enmax Centre or at the Yates Memorial Theatre (see below). $35
- By phone at (403) 329-7328–$35 conference fee, plus $3 processing fee ($38 in total)
- Online with this link. Event cost will originally show as $32, and then a $3 booking fee will be added, plus a $3.00 processing fee ($38 in total). https://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=48069&pid=8644844
If people have questions about the conference they can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2510 Scenic Drive South
North East Lobby Location
Monday – Friday 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Saturday 10:00AM to 4:00PM
*Open extended hours on Show Days
Yates Memorial Theatre
1002 – 4 Ave South
(between City Hall & Old Court House)
OPEN: Tuesday – Friday 10:00AM to 5:00PM
*Open extended hours on Show Days
CLOSED: Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays
Payment Methods / Telephone Services/ Online Services
In person: Cash/Cheques, Visa, American Express, Mastercard or Interac.
By telephone at (403) 329-7328: Visa, American Express, or Mastercard.
Online: Visa, American Express, or Mastercard.
For all ticketing inquiries please contact the Ticket Centre by phone at (403) 329-7328 or online at www.enmaxcentre.ca. You can also come visit us at either box office location!
All Day (Monday) MST
Enmax Event Center
2510 Scenic Dr S, Lethbridge, AB T1K 1N2
City of Lethbridge