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Stress Awareness in the Workplace E-Learning Course

Stress Awareness in the Workplace E-Learning Course

CPD Hours :   30 Hour(s)
£ 19.00

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 Stress Awareness in the Workplace    Your Legal Requirements. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 together ensure that employers have legal responsibility to ensure the health and safety at work of all employees. And this includes minimising the risks of illnesses or injuries relating to stress. Health and safety policy should address the issue of stress at work and effective risk assessments relating to stress should be carried out and regularly monitored. Stress is not an illness, its a state, but its a state that can contribute to a great many illnesses. In fact more working days are lost due to stress than for any other single reason. Stress Awareness in the Workplace has been written to take positive steps to PREVENT stress, it looks at how to stay in control when the pressure is mounting and highlights the tell-tale signs to help you recognise if there is a problem before it becomes serious; it also provides strategies to put in place to prevent pressure getting out of control. If your staff recognise that they are putting themselves under too much pressure - be it from work or home life this programme will suggest ways they can change their routine and learned behaviours to allow a better and more productive working life. Statistics show there are around 400,000 cases of work-related stress In Great Britain each year, accounting for nearly 11 million working days lost  - on average thats over a month for each case!Our Stress Awareness programme is highly recommended by The Stress Management Society.Their Director, Neil Shah said "I feel that Its a e-learning course every employee in every organisation can benefit from."    Programme Contents 1.    Are you stressed 2.    Fight or Flight 3.    Environment 4.    State of Stress 5.    Stress Factors 6.    Stress Strategies 7.    Taking the Test