A psychological health and safety program is a definitive plan of action that includes key components designed to prevent work-related psychological injury and illness.
A checklist of key components is used as an initial gap analysis to navigate through a comprehensive psychological health and safety program by determining what the workplace has in place, whether current state meets organizational need, and to assist in future program planning, development and implementation.
Once you complete the Psychological Health and Safety Checklist, you will have the option to download an Action Plan of suggestions to meet organizational need for the identified gaps.
For support to navigate this tool, please contact your PSHSA Health and Safety Consultant.
*If an item is in place and meets the organization's need, select 'Yes'. If the item is not in place, OR is in place but DOES NOT meet organizational need, select 'No'*
Thank you for completing the PHS Program Getting Started Checklist. Each item in the sections will identify Suggested Actions when you do not select the in place and meets needs check box.
For more information and resources, please reach out to your PSHSA Health and Safety Consultant