HSE's Stress Indicator Tool (SIT) measures the attitudes
and perceptions of your employees towards work-related
Complementing HSE's Management Standards
for Stress approach, the tool features a survey of thirty-five
questions that ask about six key areas of work that, if not managed
properly, are known to be potential causes of workplace stress.
The SIT provides a quick and easy way to determine the extent to
which work-related stress is a problem in your organisation, and
the likely root causes.
NEW! To understand how the SIT can be
used as part of a preventative approach to managing work-related
stress, read our brand new white paper.
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Information' box on the right.
Why should I carry out a stress survey?
Over 12 million days are lost at work a year because of stress
at work. Employers have a legal duty to protect employees from
stress at work by conducting a risk assessment and acting on
Get a FREE demonstration of the new Stress Indicator
Contact us now to arrange a free demonstration of our new,
online stress survey tool now. You'll see just how easy it is to
configure your bespoke survey, run it online, and get the results
and analysis from it.
Simply email email@example.com with your
request and we'll set up your free demo.
SIT: a quicker, easier way to identify and tackle workplace
The new tool improves upon HSE's original paper-based 'Indicator
Tool' which required manual completion and relied upon Microsoft
Excel for its data analysis and results presentation.
Working with software developer Snap Surveys, HSE has produced a
digital version of the tool that allows the survey to be accessed
and completed online. The new SIT saves you time, administration
and money and improves upon the paper version because:
- you can now customise a number of survey elements including
changing elements of the language used and adding corporate logos
- SIT analyses collected survey responses for you and
automatically generates an easily understood report of the results.
This highlights priority areas and suggests the next steps that can
be taken to address them.
- the survey can be run at any time from your own secure web
account, making the process simpler, quicker and more
- the software will also provide benchmarking data as soon as it
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If you would like further support on how to tackle work-related
stress, our Work Psychology specialists can work with you to devise
an effective programme that will not only tackle the root causes,
but enhance performance and wider wellbeing. Please e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org to request an initial