ISO 45003 Psychological health and safety at work: Managing psychosocial risks

  • ISO 45003 Psychological health and safety at work: Managing psychosocial risks
    Thursday, June 16, 2022
    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday, June 30, 2022
    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Certified Online Training Course

This online course will take place over two afternoons

Part 1 – Thursday 16th June 2022 (2pm–5pm)

Part 2  – Thursday 23rd June 2022 (2pm–5pm)

Total Fee for both mornings €225


6 hours certified learning with 1 hour advance pre-course information

Certified Online Training Course       

High Value Blended Learning

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The evolution of occupational health and safety risk management focused far more on managing safety risks and physical health than mental health and well-being. Employment legislation including Safety and Equality laws introduced a compliance based approach. Under safety and health legislation Employers duty of care evolved  and Equality legislation classed mental health as a disability requiring reasonable accommodation for affected workers. But this has changed significantly in recent years, as the impact and costs of worker ill-health, both physical and psychological, are increasingly recognised.

In July of 2021 the global standard of ISO/FDIS 45003 was published. This is the first international standard to provide guidance on psychological health and safety at work and will be used as guidance to support. The new standard will address many safety risks that can contribute to work-related stress, depression and anxiety and adversely impact worker  mental health.


Two leading experts Maurice Quinlan Director of the EAP Institute Ireland and Don Jorgensen Ph.D., CEAP, USA will present a ground breaking on line course on Thursday the 16th and Thursday 30th June 2022 to outline a new direction of Employee Support Services (ESS) and Employee Support Therapy (EST) which will shape the future safety responses to workplace mental health.

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  • Maurice Quinlan
    Maurice is a frequent contributor to many national and international publications including a report on EAP's in Ireland published in the 3rd Edition of the International Employee Assistance Compendium. He was also one of the selected scholar practitioners to contribute to the publication on the Integration of Employee Assistance, Work Life and Wellness Services by the Hayworth Press.
  • Donald G. Jorgensen
    Donald G. Jorgensen, Ph.D., CEAP is the owner of Arizona-based Human Factor Consulting. With over 25 years as a business owner, consultant and trainer in the areas of leadership development, workplace addiction and employee assistance, Don helps bring out the best in employees and organization leaders.