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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Stress and mental wellbeing policy
    Stress and mental wellbeing policyUse our statement to set out your policy on stress at work and on providing a working environment which supports employees' mental health and wellbeing. It also provides for you to offer a professional stress counselling service. This will help in your defence of any personal injury claim should an employee subsequently suffer from psychiatric injury as a result of stress at work.Personal injury claimThere are many reasons why you should take active steps to prevent your employees...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Stress management checklist
    Stress management checklistMental health concerns have become a hot topic. Use our checklist to discover the potential stressors within your business and identify ways in which you may be able to reduce them.ComplianceWhilst poor mental health is not always work-related, in some cases it's caused directly by the stresses of the job. Stress at work can have knock-on effects with staff morale, staff retention, work performance and more all suffering. Not only is it good for business to manage and reduce stress...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Stress self-assessment checklist
    Stress self-assessment checklistIf a member of staff tells you that they're suffering with mental health problems caused by their work, evaluate the possible causes in an objective manner. Use our checklist to do this.InvestigationWith our Stress - Self-assessment Checklist you can systematically examine the factors which may influence an employee's satisfaction with work and identify solutions to their current distress. It could be used in an interview situation, e.g. by a health and safety advisor or HR. Alternatively,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Occupational stress
    Occupational stressThe HSE defines stress as "the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressure or other types of demand placed on them". So to ensure this doesn't happen you need to identify what could cause this, and then take steps to minimise the risks.Managing the risksTo help you identify the hazards and appropriate ways of controlling them, use our example Risk Assessment - Occupational Stress document. It covers the generic causes of stress at work and suggests control measures to reduce the risks...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Stress at work health and safety policy
    Stress at work policyWith stress related problems now being the second biggest cause of sickness absence, you should have a stress policy in place. Take a look at ours to help you avoid any unnecessary absences.Stress at workAccording to recent research, stress in the workplace is now the second most commonly reported work-related illness. The established legal position is that an employee is expected to make you aware of any stress-related problems which they're experiencing, unless they behave in such a way...
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