A psychological risk assessment enables employers to effectively measure risk if and when an employee returns to work after a serious psychological condition. Employees in these circumstances can pose a risk either to themselves, an organisation, or to colleagues working with them. Risk assessments are particularly valuable in safety sensitive roles and in safeguarding environments where an employee may have contact with vulnerable children or adults. The accompanying assessment report is a detailed and professional analysis of the employee’s risk profile and provides an authoritative and independent assessment of an employee’s ability to safely to return to the workplace.