work-related stress


Work-related suicide: A Women in Health & Safety webinar

Women in Health & Safety Network is set to host it's next virtual event, a webinar covering work-related suicide and the reporting data around it. The session will take place on Friday Jun 10 and is open to all, male and female, members and non-members. Read More

Plans put in place to help hospitality businesses recognise the signs of work-related stress

The Burnt Chef Project has joined forces with the Health and Safety Executive’s Working Minds campaign to tackle work-related stress in the hospitality industry. Read More

Stress in the workplace: A CIPD guide

Stress is a major cause of long-term absence from work and knowing how to manage the factors that can cause work-related stress is key to managing people effectively. Read More

Stress Awareness Month – Where are we on managing work-related stress and does the ESG agenda help?

Tim Hill and Amy Sadro from law firm Eversheds Sutherland talk about how stress is looked at now in the post pandemic world and, how as part of the ESG agenda, tackling stress can gain an increased prominence. Read More

7 tips for managing workplace stress

Alex Minett, Head of Products & Markets at CHAS, offers seven tips for managing workplace stress. Read More

‘Work-related suicides should be monitored and regulated’

In this episode of the Safety & Health Podcast, we are joined by Sarah Waters to look at a study, published by University of Leeds, which calls on the HSE to monitor, regulate and ultimately prevent workplace suicides. Read More

‘Work-related suicides should be monitored, regulated and prevented,’ SHP meets Prof Sarah Waters

SHP speaks to Sarah Waters, Professor of French studies at the University of Leeds, who has recently published a report, with Hilda Palmer from Hazards Campaign, looking into 12 suicide cases that occurred between 2015 and 2020 to discover whether they could be attributed to the workplace. Read More

My experience of workplace stress, in an organisation that didn’t see occupational stress as an issue: In conversation with Kate Field

Kate Field has never had a diagnosed mental illness or received medical treatment for her mental health. But like so many, she has certainly suffered with her mental health. Read More

The wild west of wellbeing

Dr Nick Bell explains that wellbeing may exist in an ‘unregulated’ space between various disciplines. Here he explores what wellbeing means, discusses some of the long-standing theories that can inform our understanding and sets out practical steps that a health and safety practitioner can take to make a success of wellbeing. Read More

Long working hours: ‘745,000 deaths are the tip of the iceberg’

The World Health Organization has recently drawn attention to research which estimated that 745,000 people died globally in 2016 due to health conditions (such as stroke and heart disease) associated with long working hours. Dr Nick Bell discusses the implications and the likelihood that this is a significant underestimation of the harm caused by long working hours. Read More



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