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April Virtual Summit – How to Operationalize Culture & Behavior for Your Safety Program
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The emotional and mental well-being of your employees directly impacts their overall health and safety. That’s why it’s crucial for you to place as much emphasis on their psychological, social, and emotional needs as you do on their physical safety. After all, taking care of their mental well-being is an integral part of maintaining a truly safe and thriving work environment.

Psychosocial safety should be treated like physical safety – it’s part of your responsibility as an employer, not just an add-on.

In this session, attendees will:

  • Define and describe psychosocial safety as an inherent and basic human need.
  • Dissect the ways in which psychosocial safety influences behavior, performance, innovation and learning – and is paramount to your inclusion initiatives
  • Through several case studies, identify how to detect a lack of psychosocial safety in your workforce and construct clear and tangible solutions for improvement.
  • Learn how to operationalize culture and behavior for your safety program.
  • Devise a personal action plan for building psychosocial safety in your own circle of influence at work and home.


Catherine Mattice

The founder of Civility Partners, Catherine Mattice , MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, and is a Strategic HR Consultant who assists organizations in building positive cultures through HR practices. Catherine is a widely recognized thought-leader in HR, and she is passionate about employers’ responsibility to create the opportunity and environment for employees to thrive.