Organisation Stress Awareness Training

Our trainers and consultants can help you to create a healthier working environment for your work-force. Our comprehensive training aims to:

  • Improve productivity and motivation - We design specific assessment, intervention, monitoring and evaluation programmes.
  • Decrease absenteeism from back-strain and upper limb disorders - We focus on prevention by teaching employees to adopt safe posture and a healthy working practice.

Our training is bespoke and is tailored to meet the individual needs of our clients. The focus of the first consultation is to discuss and assess organisational needs, to demonstrate our style of delivery and to formulate an action plan.

We are experienced professionals who have an innovative, creative and friendly approach. We recognise that to address organisational issues, a training environment needs to be created where people are united by a common purpose.

Our unique approach combines expertise in training and delivery with practical hands-on work. These can be run as on-site training or residential courses.

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Health and Safety Requirements

A healthier working environment improves productivity and reduces sickness

Work stress and injury can take a huge toll on the physical and emotional welfare of employees, leading to under-performance and low motivation.

Damage to muscles and joints is often caused by poor workplace design and awkward posture. This can lead to Repetitive Strain Injury and other serious conditions.

Compensation claim culture

‘Well motivated and productive people have had to give up work because of pain and disability from upper limb disorder.’
(Source: Health and Safety Executive)

Regulations now require employers to assess health and safety risks to workers and to take steps to combat these.

Prevention makes good business sense

"A knowledgeable and responsible employer or occupational health unit will pick up the early signs of this type of problem and deal with it on an ergonomic, physical and mental basis." (Source: Dr Michael Hutson RSI Quarterly 2003)