Stress in the workplace is defined by the Health and Safety Executive as the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressure or other types of demand placed on them.
Dealing with stress in the workplacecan be difficult and confusing, this module provides details on what you need to know to prevent stress at work and avoid the damaging economic and human costs.
Stress at work can be down to a number of factors and all too often it can be down to a poorly structured job, poor organisation and management. This results in a persons capacity for dealing with stress being exceeded so they can no longer cope. The outcome can produce significant illness and disease in some cases. It can also lead to mistakes and further injuries. This is why it’s vital that stress at work is managed properly.
By the end of the course you will have learned about:
- What work related stress is
- The employers legal obligations
- What causes work related stress
- The 7 workplace stressors
- Ways to manage stress in the workplace
Stress in the Workplace e - learning
This E - Learning course has been designed to enable Teachers and anyone else interested in the Investigation process wihtin schools to fully understand the process of investigation while staying at home.
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