WORK RELATED STRESS

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Work Related Stress

Introductory Price : FREE

To book, please use the timetable below.

Workrelated stress describes the physical, mental and emotional reactions of workers who perceive that their work demands exceed their abilities and/ or their resources (such as time, help/support) to do the work.

Stress is caused by the body’s ‘fight or flight’ instinct. This is good in emergencies, such as getting out of the way of a speeding car, but when people feel unable to cope with the pressures placed upon them, stress is a negative influence that causes physical and mental ill health. This includes anxiety, fear, depression, headaches, upset stomach, insomnia, fatigue, ulcers, high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke.

This course has been designed to provide information into identifying work-related stress, the causes of stress and the prevention of work related stress.

The E-learning component involves 1 video and questions related to it.

Certificate of Participation.

Locations Victoria Wide 1300 301 193 [email protected]
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