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April/May 2013 (vol. 09/6)
Multiple applications for the HSE's Management Standards for work-related stress
The Management Standards for work-related stress were originally developed as a tool for assessing and managing stress at the organisational level. Peter Kelly believes the approach is sufficiently flexible to work at individual, organisational and line-management level in the promotion of health and wellbeing.
SINCE the launch of the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) Management Standards for work-related stress1 in 2004, it has become apparent that the approach is not being used solely for its original purpose.…
Peter Kelly is a psychologist at the Health and Safety Executive.
Author: Kelly P
Occupational Health at Work April/May 2013 (vol. 09/6) pp11-13