Managing the Causes of Work-related Stress in Educational Settings



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Managing the Causes of Work-related Stress in Educational Settings



This document and its appendices supersede Cumbria Schools’ Guidelines for the Identification and Management of Stress-related Ill Health first produced in December 2004.

Contents





1. Introduction, purpose and scope 1

2. Objectives 2

3. Definitions 2

4. Responsibilities under this procedure 3

5. Policy requirements 4

6. Training requirements 4

7. The Management Standards approach 4

8. What each Standard means in practice 5

9. Evaluating and recording stress-related risk 10

10. Stress action plan 11

11. The manager’s role 11

12. Managing individual stress-related issues 12

13. Managing performance and work-related stress 13

14. Non-work-related stress issues 13

15. Monitoring and review 14

16. Auditing compliance and measuring performance 14

17. Stress flow chart 15

18. References and useful links 16






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