All workers need to be trained on how to safely perform
their jobs. They should be provided with a safety and health orientation
as well as job-specific training. Workers require safety training when starting
a job, if they change positions within the company, or if new equipment or
procedures are implemented. Psychological safety and health in the workplace is
another component of training and can be embedded into existing training (e.g.,
new worker orientations). As with any other training, it is important to follow
up to ensure the safety and health procedures are understood and complied with.
Training specific to psychological health and safety should
Employers, supervisors and workers can also get awareness on
psychological health and safety in the workplace from the following
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