Is your workplace meeting its mental health and safety requirements?
Building and maintaining a mentally healthy and safe workplace is now more important than ever. On top of meeting your workplace health and safety (WHS) obligations, research shows that it can also increase productivity and morale; help you attract and retain good staff; and reduce absenteeism and workers compensations claims.
Whether your organisation is just getting started with psychosocial safety, or you have identified hazards that you are looking to mitigate, Healthy
Business has a range of solutions that can help you manage the process with ease and keep your employees safe from psychological harm.
Use our free psychosocial safety progress review to see how your organisation aligns to the ‘Code Of Practice, Managing psychosocial hazards at work’ and identify what areas you need to focus on.Get Started
How we can help
Getting started with psychosocial safety
Solutions for organisations who are just getting started or for those who are unsure what they need to do:
Psychosocial Hazards Education - A series of informative education sessions for leaders (x3) and employees (x1) on psychosocial hazards.
FlourishDx - A leading workplace mental health digital platform to help prevent mental illness and increase WHS compliance.
Psychosocial Safety Progress Review – A free review to establish your organisational needs
People at work survey – A free psychosocial risk assessment survey by the Australian Government.
Preventing harm from
Solutions for organisations with known hazards or those looking to proactively mitigate potential hazards:
Psychosocial hazard support – Consultative services to assist with the mitigation or management of a range of common psychosocial hazards.
Solutions for organisations wanting to promote and support the mental health and wellbeing of their people:
Mental health workshops and presentations – Provide your team with a greater awareness of mental health and what actions to take to support their mental wellbeing and resilience.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – Providing employees with access to confidential mental health support, no matter where they are located.
Is your workplace meeting its mental health and safety requirements?Assess your psychosocial safety progress now