13 Psychological Factors

The National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety identifies and addresses 13 different psychological health and safety factors. They are elements that impact employees’ psychological responses to work and work conditions, potentially causing psychological health problems.

The 13 factors are interrelated and therefore influence one another; positive or negative changes in one factor are likely to influence other factors in a similar manner. The 13 Psychosocial Factors are relevant to all organizations and employees, whether those organizations are large or small, in the public or private sector. Addressing them effectively has the potential to positively impact worker mental health, psychological safety and participation. This is turn can impact productivity and bottom line results.

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