APHIRM TOOLKIT validity
This resource outlines validity of the APHIRM toolkit survey. Download
Worksheet for guidance on managing psychosocial hazards for small groups
APHIRM Case studies
Click this link for a set of case studies from organisations that have implemented the APHIRM toolkit. These provide useful insights into the benefits these organisations have found in using the APHIRM toolkit
The link between workplace stressors and physical injury: a systematic review and qualitative study.
A report prepared for the NSW Centre of Work, Health & Safety, in 2021.
The problem with “ergonomics injuries”: What can ergonomists do?
September 2022, 103774
REQUIREMENTS FOR MORE EFFECTIVE PREVENTION OF WORK-RELATED MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS BMC MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS 2015
MSDs are one of our largest OHS problems, but workplace risk management procedures do not reflect current evidence concerning their work-related causes. Inadequate attention is given to assessing and controlling risk from psychosocial hazards, and the conventional risk management paradigm focuses too narrowly on risk from individual hazards rather than promoting the more holistic approach needed to manage the combined effects of all relevant hazards. Achievement of such changes requires new MSD risk management tools and better integration of the roles of OHS personnel with those of line managers.
CLOUD BASED TOOLS