Psychosocial hazards are aspects in the design or management of a workplace that may increase the risk of psychological and physical harm. When not managed properly psychosocial hazards can impact employees’ psychological and physical health. This can adversely affect commitment, morale, productivity and  increase accidents, absenteeism and turnover.

In contrast when organisations monitor and manage psychosocial hazards effectively, potential employee and organisational benefits include (but are not limited to):

  • employee health and well-being
  • job satisfaction
  • employee engagement
  • positive work relationships
  • cohesive teams
  • increased productivity
  • quality services
  • retention

We provide a comprehensive suite of Psychosocial Hazards Assessments, which we tailor to meet the needs of each organisation. Our assessments explore psychosocial risk hazards by collecting and examining quantitative and qualitative data to ensure robust testing. We do this through a five stage process:

Project set-up

  • Consultation with organisation
  • Develop assessment criteria
  • Determine statistically valid sample
  • Develop assessment methodology

Information Collection

  • Consultation with organisation
  • Develop assessment criteria
  • Determine statistically valid sample
  • Develop assessment methodology

Analysis Data

  • Conduct qualitative and qualitative analysis

Comprehensive reporting

  • Written report and recommendation
  • Presentation of results to key personnel

Action Planning

  • Development of action plan

Our team of practitioners have extensive experience and qualifications in assessment, statistical analysis and organisational development, ensuring our Psychosocial assessments are scientifically based and our solutions fit for purpose.

You may consider our Psychosocial Hazards Risk Assessment an avenue to identify, mitigate and manage risk to enhance the health and well-being of your workforce.

Start typing and press Enter to search