Coping with Stress in Industry

Course Name: Coping with Stress In Industry – What Everyone Needs To Know

This awareness level training course examines occupational stress for workers in an industrial environment. It looks at the risks involved and methods that both employers and employees can implement to ensure a safer workplace overall.

The Course Includes:

Comprehensive yet concise explanation

Certificate on completion

Simple login & user access

The latest industry best practice

Learning Outcomes:

Learn the basic facts about stress and its consequences

Identify sources of stress in an industrial work environment

Gain awareness of how stress can lead to hazardous situations

Learn and understand practical steps to cope with stress

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Coping with Stress in Industry

£25.00 +VAT

Courses Price per Course
1 - 14 £25.00
15 - 24 £22.00
25 - 34 £20.00
35 - 44 £18.00
45 - 59 £15.00
60 - 69 £14.00
70 - 89 £12.00
90 - 99 £10.00
100 - 200 £9.50

About Coping with Stress in Industry

Stress is a significant organisational hazard in any industrial environment. Due to its nature, it can be difficult to identify. But if left unchecked, it can lead to a variety of mental and physical problems as well as workplace accidents. Employers should work to ensure that all employees and supervisors understand the risks of stress, how to identify it and what to do if they do spot it.

Why Is Coping with Stress in Industry Important?

Workplace stress directly affects workers’ health, morale and workplace relations. In turn, this impacts the organisation’s productivity and worker turnover.

Some 828,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression, or anxiety in the most recent year data is available. This accounted for 17.9 million lost working days lost, as per the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

No law specifically covers stress problems at work. However, protection comes from various sources. Statutory laws state that employers should take steps to ensure that the workplace is safe and healthy, and to control identified hazards and risks.

The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 require business owners to perform sufficient risk assessments for the health and safety of workers. Employers should put proper controls in place to minimise these risks as far as practically possible.

Course Outline

Single Module

30+ minutes

This course contains the following sections:

  • Facts About Stress
  • Health Effects of Stress
  • How Problems Can Arise
  • Be Aware
  • Assess the Problem
  • Take Action
  • Support Yourself

Why Choose Coping with Stress in Industry with Human Focus?

By supporting industrial workers in identifying stress and taking action if they spot it, employers can ensure a happier and healthier work environment for all.

Study any time & in bite-size sessions

Less costly than a classroom training

Discounts on volume purchases

Excellent trainee support

Supports better workplace  mental health

Helps to improve long-term health

Supports compliance with relevant legislation

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Coping with Stress in Industry Certification

coping with stress in industry course certificate

End of Course Assessment

At the end of the course, users must complete an end of course assessment before earning their certification.

The end of course test is:

  • 100% online
  • Multiple choice

A score of 80% is required to pass the test.

Approved Certification

The downloadable printable certificate certified by CPD will be issued instantly on course completion.

What does my certificate include?

The coping with stress in industry certificate includes Trainee’s name, Company name, Course name, Date of completion, Expiry date and name of the approval body.

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