Psychosocial hazards are the non-physical hazards that affect the mental health and mental well-being of your employees and Psychosocial Health & Safety Awareness should be an integral component of your existing H&S training curriculum.
Our workshop will provide your employees and managers with vital information and training on how to recognize psychosocial hazards and how to handle them.
Psychosocially unhealthy people in the workplace, do not respond to or handle stress well, which can develop into physical and psychological conditions and behaviours :
    Cardiovascular disease
    Chronic Illness & Prescription Dependency
    Musculoskeletal & Mobility Disorders
    Metabolic Syndrome
    Depression & Mental Health Issues
    Workplace Bullying Anxiety
    Stress Fatigue / Burnout
    Smoking / High Alcohol Consumption & Dependence
    Poor Dietary & Lifestyle Choices
Psychosocially unhealthy employees, put themselves, co-workers and their company at a higher risk of Psychosocial Hazards.
Those Psychosocial Hazards are any hazard that affects the mental health and the mental well-being of an individual, and although they are not typically physical hazards, they can have negative physical effects by affecting the employee’s coping mechanisms and their ability to work in a safe and healthy manner.
  1. Our workshop is a comprehensive and effective session that educates you on how to identify the risk factors in your company.
  2. We assess those risks together, and formulate strategies to control, prevent and monitor potential hazards, which can negatively affect employee productivity and safety.
  3. Existing medical conditions, dietary and lifestyle choices, lack of physical activity, professional duties and current stress levels, are also some of the factors that can contribute to the level and severity of psychosocial hazards in the workplace.
  4. We will cover every health and risk factor and provides you with  identification, assessment, prevention, control, monitoring and tracking data.
  5. You will learn how to generate productivity and performance statistics to determine ROI.
    Strategies will be formulated to allow you to evaluate the necessary operational behavioural changes required.
  6. Highlight potential risks over time and the costs associated with it.
    Learn ways to engage your employees in the health management process.
    Develop strategies to prevent and/or minimize psychosocial hazards, and implement procedures which can be modified and developed over time as behaviours change and risk factors reduce.
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