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OSHA Highlights Stress and Mental Health in the Workplace

OSHA, citing a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention July 2018 publication on Mental Health in the Workplace, has released a Safety and Health Topics bulletin addressing workplace stress and mental health hazards. According to OSHA, these workplace hazards have a range of potential consequences, including related to:

  • Job performance
  • Productivity
  • Work engagement and communication
  • Physical capability and daily functioning

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