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Rephrasing Safety: Language for a Proactive Safety Culture

Posted by Robert O'Neill

pexels-photo-3756679Fostering a Culture of Safety: The Power of Words in the Workplace

In the ever-evolving landscape of occupational health and safety management, the power of language is often underestimated. As managers and supervisors, the terms we use daily can shape perceptions, influence behaviour, and ultimately dictate our safety programs' effectiveness. The traditional safety management lexicon—words like "audit," "investigation," and "officer"—while rooted in long-standing practices, may not always serve our best interests in fostering a culture of safety that emphasises learning, improvement, and shared responsibility.

Let's embark on a linguistic revolution in our workplaces, adopting terms that promote a proactive, positive, and participatory approach to safety.

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Topics: Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Workplace Culture, Safety Differently, Psychosocial Safety

Understanding the Impact of Psychological Health on Organisational Performance

Posted by Robert O'Neill

collab 2Explore the intricate relationship between psychological health and organisational performance.

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Topics: Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Psychosocial Safety

Navigating the New Landscape: Psychosocial Safety Regulations Unveiled

Posted by Robert O'Neill

rml-heroDiscover the latest updates and changes in work health and safety regulations pertaining to psychosocial risks in 2024.

Psychosocial safety regulations play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of employees in the workplace. These regulations are designed to address the psychological and social factors that can impact the mental health and overall safety of workers. By implementing and adhering to these regulations, organisations can create a supportive and healthy work environment.

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Topics: Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Psychosocial Safety