Psychological Health & Safety

Supporting your business by providing a structured program and framework to address psychological health and safety in your workplace.

There is a growing emphasis and awareness of the need to provide “psychologically safe” workplaces.

The Occupational health and Safety legislation requires employers to provide a safe place of work, free of risks to health, so far as is reasonably practicable, and this includes psychological risks to health.

The objective of our program is to assist businesses to meet their regulatory obligations, but also to go beyond this to create a genuine impact on the way people experience work, returning benefits including greater creativity, productivity, and improved business outcomes overall.

Do not be mistaken, this is not a generic training program, we will identify and assess psychosocial risks relevant to your workplace, and co-design tangible prevention strategies for implementation. We will provide a documented prevention plan, detailing the prevention strategies chosen for implementation.

Our Psychological Health & Safety process

Data Collection
Tailored Prevention Plan
Implementation Review

What are psychosocial risks?

Factors that occur or exist within a workplace, that may impact adversely on an employee’s psychological health and wellbeing. These include things such as poor role clarity, poor support, inconsistent application of procedures or expectations, high job demands or low levels of control over those demands.

Workplace & Site Safety Solutions

Emergency Management

Develop a documented site Traffic Management Plan for your business premises or worksite.

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Incident Investigations

Facilitate the development of corrective and preventative actions that can be implemented.

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Inspection Checklists

Inspection checklists to enable you to complete regular, formalised safety inspections of your work activities

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Risk Assessments

Considering what could happen if someone is exposed to a hazard and the likelihood of it happening.

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Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)

When and how to complete SWMS, and work with you to prepare site specific SWMS for your business activities.

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Registers

As an employer, you have a legal obligation to ensure that chemicals are used, handled and stored in a safe manner.

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Site Safety Plans

Documenting and communicate your OH&S Arrangements within your organisation.

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Traffic Management Plans

Identifying the risks related to the interaction between people and moving vehicles.

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Ready to take the next step?

SMARTin Safety can can provide you with advice about Psychological Health & Safety in the workplace.