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INFORMATION RELEASE  For immediate distribution   

Excellence Canada Awards align with the National Standard for Psychological Health and  Safety in the Workplace 


Calgary, Alberta, May 14, 2013 – Excellence Canada’s Canada Awards for Excellence have a long history  of celebrating private, public, and not‐for‐profit organizations demonstrating workplace excellence, with  awards presented annually in October since 1984. 


This year, the requirements for achieving the Mental Health at Work award, that recognizes outstanding  results in psychologically healthy and safe workplaces, will align with the National Standard. 


The National Standard of Canada titled Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace – Prevention,  promotion and guidance to staged implementation was officially released January 16, 2013. It is 

intended to provide systematic guidelines for Canadian employers that will enable them to develop and  continuously improve psychologically safe and healthy work environments for their employees. 


To learn more about applying for the Canada Awards for Excellence, email awards@excellence.ca. 



The Mental Health Commission of Canada is a catalyst for change. We are collaborating with hundreds  of partners to change the attitudes of Canadians toward mental health problems and to improve  services and support. Our goal is to help people who live with mental health problems and illnesses lead  meaningful and productive lives. Together we spark change. 


The Mental Health Commission of Canada is funded by Health Canada. 

www.mentalhealthcommission.ca  strategy.mentalhealthcommission.ca   

The views represented herein solely represent the views of the Mental Health Commission of Canada. 

Production of this document is made possible through a financial contribution from Health Canada. 


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