Psychological Injuries: Tip of the iceberg?

Psychological injuries can result from an incident involving aggressive behaviours even when no physical harm has been sustained by the staff member.

Given the widespread nature of under reporting of incidents at the perceived minor end of the spectrum (i.e. no one is physically injured), our appreciation of the number of staff who are exposed to psychological injuries may be just the tip of the iceberg.

With an increasing awareness amongst the Australian workforce of psychological injuries, what are the implications of those psychological injuries for your staff, your clients, your policies and procedures, and your organisation?

Are you prepared?

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Travis Hol­land
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Hol­land Thomas
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Our goal at Holland Thomas is to create safer workplaces that enhance wellbeing for all concerned whilst also delivering improved operational and financial performance.

This blog draws on our years of experience delivering our M.A.B.™ Staff Safety Training (Contextualised Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behaviours) across Australia and the development of My Safety Buddy, our smartphone app and web portal based lone worker safety solution.

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