Reduce Psychological Risk
Addressing the psychological risks in the workplace is just as crucial as managing the physical ones. While physical risks are well-known, psychological risks often go unnoticed.
That's why we prioritize the reduction of psychological risks to ensure the overall wellbeing of your workforce. Mental health, wellbeing, communication, respect, values, and direction are all vital aspects that contribute to a safe and healthy work environment.
There's an increasing focus (from both insurers and legislation in some parts) for employers to address psychological risks, so it's crucial to proactively manage the psychological environment of your workforce.
By mitigating these risks, you not only ensure the safety of your teams but also enhance their ability to perform their jobs to the highest and safest standards.
40% of U.S. workers say their job has had a negative impact on their mental health in the prior six months, including 7% describing it as having an “extremely negative” impact.
63% of U.S. workers say that having greater work-life balance and better personal wellbeing is very important to them when considering whether to take a job with a different organization.