The concept of psychological safety in the workplace was first identified by organisational behavioural scientist amy edmondson in 1999 in her paper entitled psychological safety and learning behavior in work teams her research found that companies with a trusting workplace performed better. Behavior based safety is an application of the psychology of safety principles to promote safer behavior in the workplace through bolstered employee involvement this practice involves recognizing the behaviors or practices critical to minimizing the risk of injury. The psychological protection of employees psychological safety is ensured when team members feel they can communicate openly and warmly with their team including asking questions seeking feedback proposing new ideas report issues and requesting support in their work life spheres without fearing any negative repercussions to their careers or themselves. The psychologists contributing to this volume aim to correct the situation by analyzing both the behaviors that lead to accidental injuries in the workplace and the behaviors that can prevent and manage them in the process the contributors summarize what is known and not known about the subject and raise interesting questions for researchers to answer in the future while our knowledge is incomplete it is clear that job related injuries are related to poor worker employer collaboration
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