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Implementing the Standard at MHCC

Description: This workplace webinar features guest speakers Lisa Lueken and Erika Wahlstrom, who are both Human Resources Advisors with the MHCC. Various organizations have asked what the MHCC is doing to ensure a psychologically healthy and safe workplace. Lueken and Wahlstrom provide an in-depth look at what the MHCC is doing related to implementing the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.

Guest Speaker:

  • Lisa Lueken, HR Advisor, MHCC
  • Erika Wahlstrom, HR Advisor – Health, Safety and Wellness, MHCC

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