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Mental Health & Impairment Resources

The following mental health resources were developed to assist industry, employers and workers.

Mental Health

As part of the BCFSC Healthy Worker Series, we’ve developed several resources to share with workers. Scroll down to download our Mental Health Crew Talk, Backgrounder and Poster.

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Mental Health Resource Links

Access more information and mental health resources from these websites.

KUU-US Crisis Response Service (crisis support for Indigenous peoples in BC)

Heads Up Guys (online resource that supports men in their fight against depression)

Canadian Mental Health Association (advocacy, programs & resources to help with mental health and recovery support)

Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre (confidential, free emotional support service)

MindHealthBC (online mental health counselling program)

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Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace

Impairment from substance use can cause physical and behavioural changes that affect people’s ability to work safely, putting them or co-workers at risk of injury. Download the WorkSafeBC Guide to Managing Workplace Impairment to help you develop your impairment policy.

Video: How to Implement a Workplace Alcohol and Drug Program


Scroll down to access downloadable resources

BCFSC does not imply or express any guarantee or compliance for your particular company situation.

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