John Agioritis and Dany Théberge presenting at 2023 Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace Conference

On March 15 John Agioritis and Dany Théberge will present “A Legal Perspective on Psychological Health & Safety” at the 2023 Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace Conference in Winnipeg. 

Hosted by CPHR Manitoba, the conference will focus on the 13 factors outlined in the CSA Group’s Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace Standard. The Standard provides a voluntary set of guidelines to assist organizations in promoting mental health and preventing psychological harm at work. 

John and Dany’s presentation will cover an employer’s workplace health and safety obligations as they relate to the psychological health of employees. They will discuss the obligations of employers and employees under workplace health and safety, workers compensation and accessibility legislation, and actions employers can take to both address psychosocial factors in the workplace and support employees. 

Learn more about the event. 

About John Agioritis

John helps corporate clients navigate regulatory investigations and and crisis response, including occupational health and safety matters. He regularly presents on employers’ health and safety obligations and has written extensively on OHS laws in Saskatchewan and Alberta, as well as workers’ compensation and the impact of COVID-19 on workplaces. 

John has appeared before many courts and tribunals in various jurisdictions, including the Saskatchewan Provincial Court, Alberta Provincial Court, the Saskatchewan Court of King’s Bench, and the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal. 

About Dany Théberge

Dany advises, in both French and English, private and public sector clients on workplace safety and health, employment matters, labour relations, human rights, privacy, accessibility and federal employment and pay equity. 

Dany is called to the Bar in both Manitoba and Ontario, and has appeared before the Court of King’s Bench of Manitoba, the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario. She has also participated in numerous alternative dispute resolution processes.