Psycho-social risks: primary prevention and secondary prevention

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)
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




No degree or certificate required.