ISO 45003 Standard - Creating and Implementing Psychologically Healthy Workplaces During COVID-19
MOLN Leadership Zoom Webinar
Psychosocial hazards are increasingly recognized as major challenges to health, safety, and well-being at work, especially for today’s healthcare workforce. Psychosocial risks are associated with economic costs to organizations and society. Psychosocial hazards arise from how work is organized, social factors at work and other aspects of the work environment. Psychosocial hazards can occur in combination with other risks and may influence other workplace hazards, which is of current concern for the healthcare industry, i.e. COVID-19. This webinar will provide foundational knowledge, tools, and resources to develop high potential and resilient workforces that incorporate the tenets of ISO 45003 Psychologically Healthy Workplaces applied to the Healthcare Industry during times of crisis, i.e. COVID-19. Such operational workplace processes facilitate broader business strategies and organizational success by using people centered approaches to Occupational Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning.
- Define the ISO 45003 Standard Psychologically Healthy Workplaces.
- Define similarities and differences between ISO 45001 and ISO 45003
- Understand the relationships between Psychologically Healthy Workplaces and Employee Centered Safety Cultures applied to the Healthcare Industry
- Determine the cultural factors and competencies most important in creating employee centered safety cultures as high preforming healthcare organizations
- Apply the 7 elements of employee centered cultures to improve performance and continuous improvement in the healthcare industry to support a Psychologically Healthy Workplace.
- Leverage Occupational Health and Safety, Health Improvement Strategies, and Psychologically Healthy Workplaces and Leadership Strategies to mitigate risk and drive creativity and innovation during crisis situations, i.e., COVID-19, etc.
- Design compliance measures (state and federal) for Psychologically Healthy Workplaces aligned with regulatory and confidentiality requirements during times of crisis, COVID-19, etc.
- Learn how to integrate culture and climate into the strategic planning process and Corporate Social Responsibility as a methodology to drive competitive advantage in the healthcare industry.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Dr. Jeanette Black, RN, EdD, SPHR, SHRM-SCP is an associate professor, endowed chair, and program director for the MS Healthcare Administration Program and the MS Training and Human Resource Development Program at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI. Dr. Black is the lead author of The Human Factor to Profitability: Building a People Centered Culture for Long Term Success, published 2015 by GreenLeaf Book Group, Riverview Press. Dr. Black teaches adult learners at the graduate level and teaches Psychologically Healthy Workplaces in her INGMT 616 People Process Culture Courses Fall/Spring semesters at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI. Dr. Black was the Cervenka Endowed Chair for People Process Culture initiatives and programs, 2012-2017. Dr. Black is also an experienced occupational health nurse and nurse practitioner and has developed and quality metrics and measures to assess the impact and cost effectiveness of Psychologically Healthy Workplace programs in companies. Dr. Black is also a Society for Human Resources (SHRM) certified instructor and has worked as a human resource leader in several large organizational settings.
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This activity has been designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education requirements. However, the nurse is responsible for determining whether this activity meets the requirements for acceptable continuing education.
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