Top 7 Psychosocial Hazards Putting Your Workers’ Health at Risk

Top 7 Psychosocial Hazards Putting Your Workers’ Health at Risk

Psychosocial (psychological + social) hazards have a detrimental impact on worker mental and physical health. So how do we reduce the risk of these hazards occurring? And when we can’t get rid of them how do we minimise their impact on health? First, we need to understand them so let’s break them down.

Here are the top 7 psychosocial hazards that may be putting your worker’s health at risk:

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Can I ‘Put Off’ running a risk assessment survey?

Can I ‘Put Off’ running a risk assessment survey?

We all know that psychosocial risk needs to be identified and managed to prevent the harmful effects of work-related factors on staff health, workplace productivity and the bottom line, but organisations are still willing to ‘put off’ the risk assessment. The reasons...

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Creating a Climate for Psychological Health Protection

Creating a Climate for Psychological Health Protection

For over 40 years academic researchers in the field of workplace psychology have shown the link between mental health and work-related factors (e.g., job demands, job control, job resources). Internationally the nature of work has shifted away from physical demands towards more cognitively complex demands.

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