OSH Project: Social partners’ conference on approaches to the issue of psychosocial risks and stress at work
On 10 November 2015 the second conference of the joint HOSPEEM – EPSU project on occupational health and safety risks entitled “Social partners’ conference on approaches to the issue of psycho-social risks and stress at work” took take place in Helsinki (co-organised by JHL, Superlitto and Tehy and supported by EPSU).
The conference focused on the causes and impacts of psycho-social risks and stress at work, on how they can be best prevented and addressed and on how an effective risk assessment and management can be organised.
You can watch the recording of the Conference on the following link:
Read the report of the Helsinki conference, drafted by Nico Knibbe (LOCOmotion)
From Paris to Helsinki
Session 1: “Setting the scene: Causes of psycho-social risks and stress at work (PSRS@W) in the hospital/health care sector”.
Session 2: “Risk assessment and risk management in the field of PSRS@W”
Stress in Healthcare – Can we measure and prevent stress in healthcare?- Albert Nienhaus, Institute for Epidemiology and Occupational Health for Healthcare Workers (CVcare) -EN
Challenges for healthcare Profession : work related stress, Peter J Kelly, Health and Safety Executive, (HSE)-EN
Session 3: “Better managing PSRS@W”
Applying workers’ health surveillance to manage PSRS@W, Dr. Sarah M. Ketelaar, Academic Medical Center Amsterdam -EN
Handling of harassment in Region Gävleborg, Anders Westlund, Malin Vadelius and Tor Andersson, Sweden -EN
Risk assessment & primary prevention of psycho-social risks and stress in the context of the restructuration of an institution of the CAPIO Group, Valerie d’Almeida,CFDT (Bayonne) and Catherine Allemand, Syndex -EN/FR
Session 4:” Better preventing PSRS@W”
Working in partnership for an improved prevention of PSRS@W, James Tracey -NHS Trust and Kim Sunley, Royal College of Nursing- EN
Session 5:” How can workers cope with their job demands and stay engaged?”
Well-being through work. How can workers cope with their job demands and stay engaged, Saija Koskensalmi, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health- EN
HOSPEEM Newsletter – Conference highlights
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