You have what you need to build a psychologically healthy and safe workplace

You have what you need to build a psychologically healthy and safe workplace

October 18, 2021 1:00 PM to 2:00 PMOnline - Eastern Time
Area of Interest: Benefits, Networking Format: Web

This Online Webinar hosted by CPBI Ontario is now available on-demand

A psychologically healthy and safe workplace can help ensure your organization is effective in managing its human resources.  It can also contribute to a healthy bottom line.

Are you wondering where to start?  Would you like to evaluate the impact of what you have already done?   All Canadian workplaces have access to the tools and resources they need to support psychological health and safety.  This session will help you create an inventory of those resources that are free and public, or available at no additional cost through your benefits providers and partners.  We will then build a road map to using those resources to achieve, evaluate and maintain psychological health and safety in your workplace.


Laura Pratt, B.A., C.I.M., H.I.A.A., I.C.A.

National Director, Well-being

Canada Life

Laura is the National Director of Canada Life’s team of Organizational Health Consultants. Laura and her team are dedicated to identifying and addressing the disability management and wellness needs of numerous organizations and industries.

Laura has over 30 years of experience in the field of Disability Management and Organizational Health.
She is currently completing the certification requirements toward her Mindful Leader designation through Mindful Employer Canada. She has a degree in English from Dalhousie University, a Certificate in Human Resources from Fanshawe College, and she completed the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM) designation through studies at Western University. Laura has also attained industry designations from the Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA) and the International Claims Association (ICA).


Laurel Mansfield

National Practice Leader, Wellbeing

Canada Life

Laurel Mansfield is recognized for her knowledge in the areas of disability management and organizational health. In her role as an Organizational Health Consultant at Canada Life, she is dedicated to identifying and addressing the disability and wellness needs of numerous organizations and industries.

She focuses on understanding the unique health needs and absence risk areas of an organization and delivering services tailored to control rising health costs and absenteeism trends. As part of the Canada Life’s Organizational Health Team, Laurel plays an integral role in aiding Canada Life to support the financial, physical and mental well-being of millions of Canadians.

For more information, please email: [email protected] or call 877 599 1414
CE Credits

CE credits will be offered in partnership through the Institute, Saskatchewan, Alberta and BC Insurance Councils, and Manitoba Insurance Council. A short quiz must be completed at the conclusion of the seminar to qualify for credit.
This CPBI online seminar complies with CEBS CPE policy guidelines: You may be interested to report the content of the present CPBI professional development activity and apply for CPE credit.

Webinar Recording

Please note that this session will be recorded and the recording will be available after the session.



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Fees and Registration
Membership TypesRegular PricePlan Sponsor Price
Regular membership$25.00 CDN$25.00 CDN
Plan Sponsor Individual Membership$25.00 CDN$25.00 CDN
Associate$25.00 CDN$25.00 CDN
Student$15.00 CDN -
Non Member$62.50 CDN$62.50 CDN
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