E-learning for Minimizing Psychosocial Risks

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E-learning for Minimizing Psychosocial Risks

$ 497.00 exc. tax & delivery

Do Your Leaders Know How To Minimize Psychosocial Risks?

Unfortunately, every job involves some psychosocial risks that can increase work-related stress, harm people’s mental and physical health, and if prolonged, can lead to burnout. As a growing list of countries advocate – and in Australia regulate – workplaces to proactively address psychosocial (emotional and social) hazards, leaders need to be able to recognize and minimize these risks.

But how can you pull this off practically given all the responsibilities your leaders are already juggling? The good news is our world-leading team of workplace wellbeing researchers have partnered with MinterEllison’s employment lawyers to do the hard work for you by creating ‘E-Learning For Minimizing Psychosocial Risks’.

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What’s Inside?

2 Hours Of Easy-To-Understand Psychosocial Hazard Training

Engaging, evidence-based training that breaks down the legalese into simple actionable ideas leaders can immediately apply. Available in short video or audio formats that can be enjoyed anywhere, over four modules we walk step-by-step through the fourteen Safe Work Australia psychosocial hazards to ensure your leaders know how to spot potential risks and effectively minimize any harmful experiences.

4 Self-Assessment Quizzes And Case Studies

Leaders immediately apply their learning and test their knowledge about each of the psychosocial hazards through four self-check assessments – one at the end of each module. When the training is complete, leaders can further test their understanding by spotting the hazards and recommending actions in three real-world case studies. All assessment tools provide leaders with immediate feedback to reinforce and embed their learning about how to confidently identify and act to minimize psychosocial hazards for their team. Upon successful competition, each leader receives a Psychosocial Risk Certificate.

14 Ready To Action Cheat Sheets & Posters

Leaders can download and share easy-to-action cheat sheets summarizing what to look for and how to respond for each psychosocial hazard, so they can keep everything they’ve learned in easy reach. In addition, beautifully designed digital posters are provided to visually capture all the hazards on a page with clear descriptions to make them easy to remember.

Training Overview

Participants will learn to spot and minimize:

Module 1: Work Design Hazard

  • Lack of role clarity: How unclear understanding of role and responsibilities can cause confusion and frustration.
  • Unachievable job demands: How too much or too little work or not enough time for completion can cause stress and anxiety.
  • Low job control: How a lack of control over one’s work or lack of decision-making power can lead to feeling powerless and discouraged.
  • Inadequate reward and recognition: How not being valued or recognized can lead to feeling demotivated, under-appreciated, and unimportant.

Module 2: Social Support Hazards

  • Lack of supervisor support: How a lack of supervisor guidance, feedback and support may cause isolation, insecurity, and lack of direction.
  • Poor workplace relationships: How a lack of respect and support may cause conflict, isolation, and inability to do the job.
  • Bullying: How aggressive behavior uses power or authority to harm or intimidate others with verbal, physical or social aggression.
  • Harassment: How unwanted or inappropriate behavior may cause feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression.

Module 3: Work Condition Hazards

  • Poor change management: How poorly planned, communicated or executed organizational changes may cause confusion, anxiety, and job security.
  • Poor physical environment: How exposure to hazardous, unpleasant, or poor-quality or poorly maintained environments can evoke stress responses.
  • Remote or isolated work: How isolation from the assistance of others can lead toa lack of clear boundaries and feelings of disconnection from others

Module 4: Work Experience Hazards

  • Poor organizational justice: Lack of transparency, equal opportunities, and accountability may undermine trust and commitment.
  • Violent and aggressive behaviors: The use of force or threats to harm or intimidate may cause fear, anxiety, and stress.
  • Traumatic events: Life altering events can have a serious impact on our wellbeing.


$497 or contact us to enquire about group discounts.

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