Downloadable and customisable documents relating to managing workplace stress.
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This form covers the stress factors to be considered, existing controls and further action required. Source: © Chase (BM) Ltd 2007, with thanks to Brian Money (chaselearning.com)
This policy covers definition of stress, signs of stress, responsibilities, function of safety representatives and the role of the safety committee. This document has been reviewed in light of GDPR.
This table can be used to establish which of the competencies for preventing and reducing stress are covered by your existing competency framework, and how.
This briefing should be sent to employees who are taking part in a survey on workplace stress to explain when the survey begins, what it involves and why the survey is being conducted.
This document can be used as an agenda when conducting a stress focus group and using the HSE’s Management Standards for stress (demands, control, support, relationships, role and change) covers the introduction, structured discussion and wrap-up.
This table sets out the management competencies that can prevent and reduce stress at work, including dealing with work problems, process planning and organisation and empowerment.