A simple overview
of ISO 45003

Updated August 2022

What do the guidelines mean for managing psychosocial risks in the workplace?

Key takeaways of this piece:

  • What is ISO 45003?
  • Why is ISO 45003 important?
  • What are psychosocial risks?
  • How does ISO fit in with WHS in AU/NZ rules?
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A simple overview of ISO 45003

Psychosocial risks at work

Psychosocial risks at work are factors that may affect a worker’s psychological response to their work and workplace conditions, and may result in poor health and poor health behaviours (including reduced productivity and absences from work).

Such as:
• Lack of job clarity
• Workload too high or too low
• Poor organisational support
• Social exclusion
• Bullying
• Harassment
• Remote or isolated work
• Violent or traumatic events
• Lack of control of the work and working methods

Such as:
• Lack of job clarity
• Workload too high or too low
• Poor organisational support
• Social exclusion
• Bullying
• Harassment
• Remote or isolated work
• Violent or traumatic events
• Lack of control of the work and working methods

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