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The traditional view of workplace health and safety now includes a comprehensive approach that incorporates the total well-being and mental health of employees, also referred to as psychological health and safety.
There are psychosocial risk factors that can impact employees' responses to work and work conditions, potentially causing psychological health problems. These problems ultimately affect the health of the organization, individual employees, and the financial bottom line. They also impact the way in which work is done (including interactions and relationships with managers, coworkers, and customers) and the context in which work occurs.
Distribute these cards to reinforce that when it comes to a psychologically safe and healthy workplace, there are many factors that organizations need to consider.