OSHA: Workplace Stress and Mental Health Workplace Posters

Please click the following licks to view and/or download the following workplace posters from the Occupational Safety & Health Administration:

  • Working Together poster. Provides a brief overview of steps employers and workers can take to address stress and mental health in the workplace.
  • Supporting Your Co-Workers poster. Provides concrete tips that people can use to support their co-workers, offering suggestions on how to be respectful when broaching stress and mental health topics, how to listen compassionately, how to determine if more assistance is needed, and how to follow up on concerns.
  • Worker-Fatigue Webpage. Focuses on worker fatigue and includes information about the impact of demanding work schedules and measures workers and employers can take to prevent worker fatigue and fatigue-related injuries and illnesses by providing or participating in education, training, and fatigue management programs.
  • Helping Your Co-Workers and Yourself poster. Offers general tips on ways employers and co-workers can help each other address stress and mental health, and advice for those currently facing mental health challenges

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The information contained in this article is intended for educational purposes and to provide a general understanding of regulatory events, legislative changes and the law – not to provide specific legal advice. Employers are advised to discuss and/or receive counsel from their licensed legal or accounting professional, prior to implementing any new policy or policy change.