The basic steps in stress risk management are presented in Table II.
Table II: Basic Steps in Stress Risk Management
Think about the different work groups or workplaces that make up
your organization. Ask yourself which are likely to be the most stressed
What evidence have you got for this? (e.g. high absence rates, poor
health records, high accident rates, poor morale, worker or trades
union complaints, poor productivity etc.).
Investigate the way in which the work of these groups or workplaces
is designed and managed, and examine their working conditions.
Identify, collect and discuss the evidence that is available to you.
Work in a team with others who understand the work groups and
workplaces. Consult the workers and trade unions possibly through
The Risk Management Cycle
of Action Plan
The Risk Management Cycle Assessment of Risk Learning and further Action Design Action Plan to reduce Risk Evaluation of Action Plan Implementation of Action Plan