There are a number of tools associated with the Management Standards process provided across this website which are free for you to use or share with your colleagues. Our analysis tool has recently been updated.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has formally implemented changes to simplify the mandatory reporting of workplace injuries for businesses.
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The HSE, in association with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Investors in People, have designed a series of tools to allow managers to assess whether they currently have the behaviours identified as effective for preventing and reducing stress at work; its aim is to help managers reflect on their behaviour and management […]
Four business solution case studies have been added to the Stress website: Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Trust, Hertfordshire County Council and Oxfordshire County Council. These case studies are designed to explain the manner in which other organisations have implemented the changes, where they encountered stress related issues, how […]
QVC increased awareness of stress among its line managers and by taking action produced a 20% decrease in the average number of employees on long-term absence in a year.
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Doncaster MBC reduced its stress-related sickness absence by 13,194 days in a year. It also learned from challenges along the way to improve its approach.
HSE is providing an opportunity to take part in a fully funded “joint” workshop for health and safety representatives and their managers.
Simple online exercises to help workforce representatives understand their role.
By working together you can successfully tackle the causes of work related stress, everyone in an organisation has a responsibility for the health and wellbeing of themselves and their colleagues.
Paper produced to assess the impact of the Management Standards on work related stress outcomes. Produced for and published by the Society of Occupational Medicine.
By working together you can successfully tackle the causes of work related stress.
Stress at work is a major issue, if you want to see how big, see the stats, but together we can successfully manage and prevent it.
Line managers play a vital role in the identification and management of stress within the organisation.
Stress case study, Oxfordshire County Council knew that stress was an issue in some of its schools from looking at absence data and feedback from trade unions.
Find out how you can improve the involvement of workers to keep your workplace “safe and sound”.
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust give nurses more time to care.
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