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Assessment Results

What do your scores mean?

0 – 10: Getting Started.

You’re asking the right questions. Understanding how to identify, assess, control, and monitor psychosocial hazards is not something most leaders have been taught. The best place to start is by understanding how to quickly spot hazards by knowing what to look and listen for and some of the practical controls you can immediately implement to minimize these risks.

To help you translate the legal jargon into practical steps any leader can apply, we created this short E-Learning For Minimizing Psychosocial Risks with MinterEllison’s employment lawyers. In just two hours you’ll walk away with a practical examples, cheat sheets, posters, and practice quizzes to build the skills you need.

11 – 20: Finding Your Way.

You’ve got the basics covered, but can you make minimizing psychosocial risks easier and more effective in your team/s. The subjective, dynamic, and complex nature of 14 different psychosocial risks can make it challenging for even the most experienced leaders to choose the right controls.

The good news is that studies have found there are small, evidence-based actions leaders can take that can reduce the frequency of every psychosocial hazard. Join us for the Certificate In Leading Psychosocial Safety & Care to discover these controls and walk away with a practical toolkit you can immediately apply and share with others.

21 – 30: Levelling Up.

Clearly, you’re already doing the work that needs to be done to help minimize psychosocial risks. This means you’ve already discovered how important it is to have open and honest conversations about psychosocial hazards in your team/s.

If you’re looking for a little help – or want to offer some support to others – to make these conversations a little easier and a lot more effective, check out our Psychosocial Safety Conversation Pack. Putting years of tried-and-tested leadership research and practices into a step-by-step guide, this pack gives leaders and team members everything they need to work together as they identify and assess hazards, co-create controls, and monitor the impact of their efforts.

Unsure of your next steps? Speak to one of our Psychosocial Safety Advisors now.