It is important to communicate ideas, and encourage participation in the workforce when brainstorming action plans.

Addressing psychological health and safety in the workplace provides many benefits to the organization, and you can do so with a limited budget and resources. Simply opening up a dialogue about psychological health and safety in the workplace can result in many positive changes for the employees. There is a National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace that organizations can use as a guideline to implement a procedure, but there are many other options available. The procedure chosen will likely depend on the size and complexity of the organization. When selecting a process, it is important to communicate ideas, and encourage participation in the workforce when brainstorming action plans. Establish a way that the plan can be incorporated in the day-to-day routine. Finally, take the time to analyze how the procedure is working and take corrective action to amend the parts that are not working.  

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