Healthy Workplaces

Book : Healthy Workplaces

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Period : annual

Published Date : Mayıs 2015

Publisher : European Agency for Safety and Health at Work

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 8822

INDEX

Belgium, Siemens
Preventing burnout and stress to achieve 'Lives in Balance'

Denmark, Lan & Spar Bank
Bank in Motion - involving managers and employees in well being at work

Germany, Daimler AG
Towards inner stability - reduced absenteeism and increased work satisfaction in the manufacturing sector

Germany, Deutsche Post DHL Group
Global Management of stress in demanding postal job roles

Spain, Hotel Colon, S.A.
Hotel Management and staff working together to improve working conditions

Netherlands, Schuberg Philis
A culture of honesty and transparency in IT outsourcing= a 100% result

Poland, Regional Inspectorate of Prison Service in Koszalin
Better communication, conflict solving and stress management among prison officers

Slovenia, Zavarovalnica Triglav, d. d.
Talking a leading role on psychosocial risks in insurance

Slovakia, U.S. Steel Kosice , s.r.o.
A stress -free workplace = a zero-injury workplacein steel manufacturing

Finland, Fastems Oy Ab
Caring = sharing _ a participative approach to tackling stress among engineers

United Kingdom, Nottingham City Homes
Participative and proactive policies and procedures

Belgium, Vita S
Better involvement, participation and communication in an elderly care organization

Denmark, Boligkontoret Aarhus, AAB and ESL
Safety and security - a natural part of working in a housing association

Greece, Prevention Centre of Occupational Risk (KE.P.E.K)of Central Greece and Municipality of Chalkida
Risk evaluation and management of work - related stress in the refuse collection sector

Spain, ACCIONA ENERGIA
a comprehensive plan for the prevention of psychosocial risks

France and Spain, Airbus
Different work - related stress prevention measures for different situations in a global aircraft manufacturer

France, Schneider Electric
Psychosocial risk prevention measures within a major international industrial group

Italy, Cofely Italia SpA
Implementation of company initiatives to record to reduce stress and psychosocial risks

Malta, Public Administration HR Office, Office of the Prime Minister
A comprehensive programme for the prevention of psychosocial risks in government administration

Portugal, Portuguese Institute of Oncology (O Porto)
An Organizational approach to preventive psychosocial risk management

Slovakia, Slovnaft, a.s.
Efficient management of psychosocial risk in a petrochemical company
Finland, Satatkunta Hospital District
Good Work! Action for wellbeing at work

Turkey, TOFAŞ Factory, Bursa
A comprehensive approach to eliminating psychosocial risks

NOTES

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