DID YOU KNOW THAT
Meeting the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace is SIMPLER than you think?
The National Standard identiﬁes 14 RISK FACTORS for the psychological health and safety of a workplace. MHI helps you determine IF and HOW these might be impacting your organization:
Do you want to comply but don’t know HOW?
Here is our service:
Meeting the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace
Human Resource executives tell us that the thought of complying with the Standard seems complex and overwhelming. Partnering with MHI to do this work simpliﬁes the process and provides concrete and measurable beneﬁts.
The MHI team dedicated over a year of study to the details of the Standard with oversight by one of the key members of the group that developed the Standard. The design of our process and methodology allows clients to engage in a full assessment and implementation, or to select from a suite of services that complement their existing strategy. Our goal for all projects is that the client becomes self-suﬃcient and has solid processes that can be managed internally to ensure sustained compliance with the Standard.
We follow a phased process to complete a full analysis of the current situation and provide a comprehensive action plan for the way forward towards greater compliance with the Standard:
Phase I – Discovery / Initial review of corporate policies, workplace health initiatives, and identiﬁed challenges. The outcome determines if this work and MHI are a good ﬁt for the client organization.;
Phase II – Comprehensive Review and Analysis of existing programs and services;
Phase III – Risk assessment / Needs Analysis and Readiness evaluation;
Phase IV – Data Analysis and production of Way Forward report.
A unique aspect of MHI’s approach is how Phase 3 is conducted. A series of employee engagement sessions are organized and conducted in order to obtain qualitative information to enhance the data set that will be analyzed in order to establish risks and gaps regarding the standard.
While MHI values quantitative data obtained in traditional surveys, it has been our experience that face to face engagement produces unique results that allow organizations to rapidly identify the tangible actions that need to take place in order to have a positive and meaningful eﬀect on the workplace.
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