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Psycho-social risks: primary prevention and secondary prevention

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Psycho-social risks: primary prevention and secondary prevention

Details of the training

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Psycho-social risks: primary prevention and secondary prevention
4 to 8 participants
Online training
Duration: 14 hours (2 days)
Anytime
1200 € excl. tax per person
Video-conference training, adapted to people with disabilities
Access time after registration: 1 month.
Alternative theoretical and practical means with case studies and analysis tools.
Evaluation: tests and quizzes throughout the training
In-company training: contact us

General aim of the training

  • Knowing how to define psychosocial risks
  • Understanding and identifying situations which cause psychosocial risks (PSR)
  • Creating and implementing an action plan to fight against PSR within your structure
  • Knowing how to ensure the wellbeing of your employees by implementing a QVT approach

Programme :

PSR: what is it about ?

  • Definitions: internal violences / external violences / stress
  • Legal framework: the employer’s obligations
  • Citizenship and benevolence: your rights and your duties / preventions

 

Situations and key factors

  • Most recognised key factors: organisation of work and expected level of requirement / professional relationships and quality of management / consideration of the employee on an individual basis / Structural changes within the company
  • Grid of key factors and indicators to define: INRS grid: presentation and explanation

The RPS audit: the main steps

  • Personalised analysis of your structure
  • Prevention plan
  • Recommendations for updating the Single Occupational Risk Assessment Document (DUERP)

Quality of work life approach

  • Information gathering: construction of a social climate barometer, animation of retrospective tools (speed boat, start stop starfish, 5P)
  • Definition of the action plan: drafting specifications, data analysis, resource analysis, recommendations, action plan proposal, validation of the action plan, projection and organisation of the action plan

TARGET AUDIENCE

All.

PREREQUISITE

No degree or certificate required.