Psychosocial risk management might be daunting and quite overwhelming for many businesses as they have limited in-house experience and knowledge in this space. That is why Mental Health Movement have developed several optional extras to make psychosocial risk management as easy to understand and implement as possible for your organisation. These include:
Mental Health Movement offer a high-level presentation that focuses on your organisation’s rights and responsibilities under WHS legislation(especially in relation to psychological health and safety), the benefits of proactively supporting the mental health of workers as well as how Mental Health Movement can support your business through the psychosocial risk management process. The presentation can be delivered face to face or via webinar.
Mental Health Movement’s Psychological Health and Safety experts will showcase our psychosocial risk assessment on 1-2 hazards selected by your organisation so that you can see first-hand how the risk assessment works.The showcase can be delivered face to face or via webinar and is a great way to learn more about our new and innovative psychosocial risk assessment before committing to the program.
Mental Health Movement’s Psychosocial Risk Register is included in our PHRATS offering but it can also be purchased as a stand-alone product. ThePsychosocial Risk Register has drop-down menus with pre-populated lists of control measures for each hazard.
The controls are based on peer-reviewed academic and government literature and follow a modified version of the hierarchy of control to allow the selection of appropriate control measures for each hazard.
The library of controls makes selecting and determining both existing and proposed controls so much easier. The Psychosocial Risk Register is a great way to document and store the data from your psychosocial risk assessment including the existing and proposed controls, the risk ratings as well as the actionable items.
To make the process of conducting a psychosocial risk assessment as simple as possible, Mental Health Movement’s Psychological Health and Safety experts have developed a number of tables that can be followed to compute the risk of the psychosocial hazard to the business. Mental Health Movement’s Psychosocial Risk Matrix and the corresponding tables are included in our PHRATS offering but they can also be purchased as a stand-alone product.
Mental Health Movement’s Psychological Health and Safety experts have developed a number of default templates that can be used by your business as you develop your policies and procedures for managing psychosocial risks needed for your Psychosocial Risk Management Plan or ISO45003 accreditation, such as updated incident management policies and position descriptions.
Mental Health Movement have developed an IT platform that houses ourPsychosocial Hazard Questionnaire and the Psychosocial Risk Register. The results from the questionnaire are displayed on a dashboard which makes measuring and monitoring psychosocial hazards in the workplace easy and time efficient.
The Psychosocial Risk Register allows for the selection of controls from our library of control measures and the computation of risk is generated using an in-built algorithm based on the severity, frequency, and duration of the stress associated with the hazard and its predictability.
Mental Health Movement’s Psychological Health and Safety experts have developed an internal audit checklist that corresponds with ISO45003. The audit provides a snapshot of how your business is performing against the standard and can then be used to develop an action plan to address shortfalls or concerns.
It can also be used to confirm and substantiate what has been achieved by your business in compliance to ISO45003 and how you are progressing on your journey in the management of psychosocial risks in the workplace. The outcome of the audit is a professionally developed audit report.
Mental Health Movement also offer a simplified Psychosocial RiskManagement Plan. This version of the plan does not include the additional requirements outlined in ISO45003 for businesses who would still like a plan that clearly documents how their organisation manages psychosocial risks but are not interested in obtaining ISO45003 accreditation.