PSP Workplace Culture and Context Considerations for Return to Work

Session details



12:00pm - 1:30pm (Toronto time)


Zoom videoconferencing

Didactic presentation by:

Tanya Morose

Session objectives

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the unique factors of each PSP discipline to consider when determining a stay at work or return to work plan
  2. Understand elements of a prevention based approach to psychological health and safety and worker wellbeing

Session resources

Canadian Centre for Men and Families
The Canadian Centre for Men and Families is an open, inclusive and safe space, providing therapy and counselling, peer support, a legal clinic, fathering programs, mentorship and support services for male victims of trauma and violence. In addition to delivering front-line programs and services to families in crisis, we undertake evidence-based research, host public education and awareness activities, and work to improve public policies to better support all Canadians.
Source: CCMF
Didactic presentation: PSP workplace culture and context considerations for return to work
In this presentation, Tanya Morose discusses the unique factors of each PSP discipline to consider when determining a stay at work or return to work plan and understand elements of a prevention-based approach to psychological health and safety and worker wellbeing.
Download the PDF(768.26 KB)
Institutional betrayal/sanctuary trauma
A definition of institutional betrayal/sanctuary trauma from the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT)
Source: CIPSRT

About presenter

Tanya Morose is the Manager of Occupational Health Safety and Wellness for Waterloo Regional Police Service. Before that, she was the Director of Health, Safety and Wellbeing for the Public Safety sector at Public Services Health and Safety Association. She has over 20 years’ experience in health and safety and ergonomics in a variety of industries with a particular focus on municipal government and public safety. Prior to taking a management role at PSHSA she was PSHSA’s Police Services Specialist. Morose has a strong skill set in auditing, leading projects and the assessment, review and implementation of effective health and safety programs. She is co-chair of the Solicitor General’s Mental Health Secretariat Joint Knowledge Sub-committee.   

Morose holds a Bachelor and Master of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo and is a Canadian Certified Professional Ergonomist (CCPE) and Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP). 

Case presentations

Most of the learning in ECHO happens through presenting and discussing case presentations. If you have a case you would like to present, please submit a completed case presentation form to the ECHO PSP project coordinator.

Physicians presenting a case may bill OHIP for case conferences (billing code K701).