The Work Factors risk assessment can be customised to include the psychosocial hazards (work factors) relevant to your employees.
To identify the hazards that should be included in your risk assessment, it is a good idea to use a few different sources. First, consider the potential sources of hazards, such as the nature and type of work, and how work is designed and managed. You can also review documents like position descriptions, performance agreements, complaints or other types of injury or illness reports.
Most importantly, you should consult the workforce. This can be done through health and safety representatives and committees, during team meetings, and through surveys and workshops. You can also use the Wellbeing Check-in to identify the work factors most frequently associated with negative mood.