Stress Management In The Workplace Course

Stress Management In The Workplace Course

Course #: UASC-HS-093-B 2

Course Duration: 2 Hours

Course Description:

This course will focus on critical incidents, disasters, and other traumatic events, which often produce effects that disrupt the abilities and well-being of the individuals, organizations and communities that experience the event. It will examine critical incident stress management, prevention and mitigation strategies and protocols that can be used in the workplace and community. We will also investigate the principles of individual stress management and stress proofing.

Stress is common in the workplace due to time pressures and the nature of work demands throughout the industry. The balancing of these demands and other events in our lives often results in stress in the workplace which adds risk to any operation. This course is designed to help participants develop coping strategies and assist in recognizing stress factors in the workplace. The course will also address with participant the various methods in dealing with stressful events and how to avoid the chronic effects of stress.

Through highly interactive learning, participants discuss stress management techniques and organizational skills that will reduce the factors that lead to stress in the workplace and allow participants to examine stress management techniques, develop an action plan for stress management and highlight available support. Additionally, the course will address typical external events outside of the workplace which may act as stressors in the workplace.

Course Topics:

  • Understanding Stress: What is Stress?
  • Stress Audit and Personal Pressures Awareness
  • Symptoms and Signs of Prolonged Stress
  • Identifying Problem Areas and Triggers
  • Workplace Health & Safety Guidelines
  • Duty of Care and Responsibilities of Employer/Employees
  • Implementing Strategies of Stress Reduction in the Workplace
  • Management Behaviors and Communication
  • Stress Management Techniques
  • Coping Skills for Resilience – Including Time Management and Assertiveness Skills
  • Healthy Body, Healthy Mind – Focus on the Importance of Healthy Eating & Exercise
  • Link Between Beliefs, Perceptions and Experience of Stress
  • Work/Life Balance and Individual Well-being

Who Should Attend:

All employees should take this course as personal development training to assist in reducing the risk of unwarranted stress in the workplace.

Regulatory Requirements:

Various National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines.

Additional Details:

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Upcoming Dates:

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Service Locations:

Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland & DC