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Stress in the Workplace Risk Assessment Course

Stress in the Workplace Risk Assessment
Individual cost: Price: £29.99(including 20 % tax)


This online risk assessment is designed to help managers identify the early signs of stress.

Stress in the Workplace Risk Assessment

In many organisations, stress is not given the credence it deserves for being as debilitating as it can be. It is, however, a major cause for absence from work, which can lead to more stress as the individual has to deal with financial and other issues. The consequences for an employer can be serious, too, because they have to deal with loss of productivity or consider having to employ temporary staff to cover the gap. The answer, naturally, would be to try and avoid stressful situations in the first place.

Stress in the Workplace Risk Assessment is an eLearning course that has been especially designed for managers so that they can recognise potentially stressful situations for their staff, and the early signs of stress in staff members so that they can take action to alleviate it.

This online course has just one module that covers a variety of areas so that learners will have a comprehensive knowledge of the subject. These are: Organisational Culture; Change; Job Demands; Job Role; Job Control; Support, Training etc.; and Relationships.

Although this online eLearning course is packed with information, it will only take you ten minutes to complete. The licence for the course is valid for six months from the time of purchase, and both of these factors make it the perfect training aid for managers within an organisation.

Learners do not have to have any prior knowledge of the subject before embarking on Stress in the Workplace Risk Assessment, it can be viewed on a PC but only on Internet Explorer 7 or above.

Ignoring stress in a workforce can have serious repercussions for all involved. Statistics show that work-related stress is responsible for more than a third of all illness associated absences in Britain every year – and the average time off for each individual is 30 days. Can your company afford not to?


Please Note: This course can only be viewed on Internet Explorer 7 or above


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Course Details

Course Details: ELearning
Length in Minutes    10 minutes
Language    English
Number of Modules    1
Qualification None
Course Prerequisites    None
Browser Compatibility    All Browsers
Android Compatible    2.2 and higher
iPad Compatible    No
iPhone Compatible    No
PC Compatible    Yes
Licence Period    6 Months

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