Psychological Risk Factors in the Workplace – Understanding the 13 Psychosocial Factors

Psychological hazards are present in every organization. Understanding these risk factors is a great first step in fostering a mentally healthy workplace. Do your employees feel like they are treated fairly at work? Is recognition given publicly and criticism provided privately? Does your organization offer a work-life balance? Your commitment to creating positive organizational change and a mentally thriving workplace starts here! 

*This approved mental health training course is required for levels 2 & 3 of our Health & Safety Leadership Certificate Program.* For more information, including registration, pricing, payment, and cancellation information, please get in touch with one of our Safety Advisors.

This workshop will cover each of the 13 Psychosocial Factors in the workplace: 

    • Organizational Culture

    • Psychological and Social Support

    • Clear Leadership & Expectations

    • Civility & Respect

    • Psychological Demands

    • Growth & Development

    • Recognition & Reward

    • Involvement & Influence

    • Workload Management

    • Engagement

    • Balance

    • Psychological Protection

    • Protection of Physical Safety

Recommended for:

  • All Key Staff (those overseeing and/or carrying out hazard identification, risk assessment, and control), Managers, Supervisors, Human Resources, Occupational Health & Safety Committee Members and anyone wanting to increase their psychological health and safety knowledge.

Approximate Duration:

In-Person: 1 hour
Virtual: 1 hour