Mentally Fit Workplaces

Investing in the mental health of your employees leads to improved performance, increased productivity, and overall enhanced wellbeing. There are a variety of workplace psychosocial factors that can have a positive or negative influence on the mental fitness of employees. The Mentally Fit Workplaces series highlights 15 workplace psychosocial factors that, when done right, can significantly improve the wellbeing of your team, hence improving efficiency and capacity.

When not done well, these factors can be a hazard with the potential to cause or exacerbate a mental health problem. Psychosocial hazards can be individual and dynamic, which can make identification of these hazards a little more challenging than physical hazards at work.

Listed below are the workplace psychosocial factors in the form of downloadable PDF infographics for you to use within your organisation. The infographics outline the most common workplace factors that influence mental fitness, how they may show up as a hazard, as well as practical tips for your organisation to consider.

For more support with creating mentally fit workplaces you may be interested in our training, including our ‘Mental Fitness at Work‘ course – alternatively, if you would like to talk with us about how HSE Global can help your organisation directly please get in touch via the form below.

Workplace Factor Infographics

0 – Creating Mentally Fit Workplaces

1 – Workload Management
2 – Civility & Respect
3 – Organisational Culture
4 – Psychological and Social Support
5 – Clear Leadership & Expectations
6 – Psychological Competencies & Requirements
7 – Growth & Development
8 – Recognition & Reward
9 – Involvement & Influence
10 – Engagement
11 – Balance
12 – Psychological Protection
13 – Protection of physical safety
14 – Self-Care
15 – Moral Distress

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