What is it about?

Aspects of a workplace can often, unfortunately, lead to the creation of psychological hazards, accumulated under work-related stress. These hazards are capable of harming individuals and reducing their personal wellbeing, as well as their ability to contribute effectively to the workforce.

Therefore, it is very important to identify and manage possible workplace hazards to minimise these risks. However, how do you even begin to determine psychologically harmful aspects? Moreover, what does the Risk management Approach consist of?

This short course has been developed by subject matter experts to educate employees, employers and students about psychological hazards ad associated strategies to prevent psychological harm.

In this course you will learn about:

  • What workplace psychological hazards can look like and how to prevent them
  • The steps of the Risk Management Approach
  • Hierarchy of control measures and when to conduct reviews

… and much more.

Who is it for?

The course is ideal for the general Australian workforce, HR officers, WHS supervisors, Compliance officers, and anyone with an interest in Work Health and Safety (WHS).

Course Duration: Typically, a learner may take anywhere between 2-4 hours to complete this course online. However, this may vary depending on prior skills and knowledge. 


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