Meet your legal obligations and achieve greater productivity and performance.
Our practical, evidence-based approach to managing psychosocial risks will help you stay compliant, and most importantly, keep your team at their best.
Forget jargon, policing and hamstringing. We use innovation, education and communication.
We’ve been trusted by some of Australia’s biggest companies for over 10 years.
Allow us to become an extension of your team, and tap into decades of work health and safety experience.
Our in-house multimedia team is on hand to create original content and bring your WHS story to life.
Psychosocial Risk Assessments & Surveys
Since the pandemic, 85% of workers have reported declining mental health. Under the WHS Act, ‘health’ is defined as both physical and psychological, and specific regulations around psychosocial risks have also been added to state that all workplaces must eliminate or minimise psychosocial risks so far as is reasonably practicable.
Using the latest tools and methodology, our team will identify and assess psychosocial risks in your workplace in order to establish effective control measures and satisfy legal obligations.
Psychosocial Risk Strategy – Facilitation & Development
Through consultation and engagement with all stakeholders across your business, we will develop a strategic roadmap with achievable goals and actions for psychosocial risk management.
Psychosocial Risk Training & Coaching
Training workshops – by taking the time to understand your specific needs, we will be able to develop and deliver a bespoke training program to up-skill your people and fill any gaps in knowledge, skills, or abilities. For a deeper dive into specific situations, or a more focused approach to the development of leaders, supervisors, or teams, our coaches will support you in solving problems and identifying the strategies that work for you.
FlourishDx is a leading mental health software platform. We will help embed and integrate FlourishDX into your current WHS systems for a versatile, well-rounded mental health approach that enables the administration of psychosocial risk assessments as well as the provision of wellbeing resources.
Since the pandemic, 85% of workers report declining mental health, making it crucial for organisations to focus on improving worker mental health in the workplace. Our blog post explains the risks of psychosocial hazards with examples, and outlines your role to keep your employees safe and well.