With todays technology, the average employee multi-tasks three different jobs at once. This may seem like a good idea, but unfortunately, studies have proven otherwise. When employees are multi-tasking, they are not focusing their full attentio...
With todays technology, the average employee multi-tasks three different jobs at once. This may seem like a good idea, but unfortunately, studies have proven otherwise. When employees are multi-tasking, they are not focusing their full attention on any of the tasks. This lack of focus results in, more occupational accidents, miscommunication, errors in production, missed due dates and redoing about 65% of the workload. If employees continuously work under those conditions, it will lead to workplace stress, aggression and employee burnouts. When you combine multiple employees, working under stresses it may cause new situations, that can be extremely volatile. These new situations usually end up in workplace conflicts, major accidents, and even violence, which otherwise could have been avoided. Our training products on "Workplace Stress Management" help employees identify potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them. Topics covered in these products include: Situations causing stress, Positive versus negative stress, Recognizing symptoms of stress, Effects of stress on the mind and body, Eliminating "stress factors", Stress-relieving exercises, and more.
OSHA's Position On Workplace Stress Training
OSHA’s commitment to a safe and healthy work environment can be seen in the attention that is paid to many different health issues, both physical and psychological. In the case of ‘stress’ one of the primary concerns has to do with workplace accidents that are the direct result of stress-related inattentiveness. OSHA has also addressed the issue of workplace violence that can be caused by stress factors. Part of OSHA’s solution relates to the way that it partners with employers in order to identify those things which can cause stress, so that the root of the problem can be fixed. In any case, OSHA has determined that the best way to reduce/eliminate this major source of lost production through stress-related accidents, medical expenses and other negative effects that result from stress in the workplace. The workplace stress management videos that we offer deals with topics which include:
- How Stress Affects the Body
- Understanding How Stress Can Build Over Time
- Knowing the Difference Between Necessary and Harmful Stress
- Strategies For Handling Stress
- Recognizing Stress in Others
- Diffusing Hostility and Potential Violence
- Understanding Stress-Related Such as Over-Eating
- Other issues that revolve around the affects of stress.
In addition to our high quality and engaging DVD videos, we also offer other training tools that consist of; Posters, CD-ROM Format Training Programs, Booklet, Guides and other materials that come bundled with many of our training packages.
Please look over our high quality Workplace Stress Training and supplies that will allow you to meet OSHA’s training objectives, without having to look elsewhere! Afterwards, you can select the item(s) that you’ll require and then place your order. We make it easy for you! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.