Identification of homogeneous risk classes in work-related stress: A methodological proposal

Ruggero Andrisano-Ruggieri, Pietro Crescenzo, Giovanni Boccia

Abstract


Identification of homogeneous risk classes in work-related stress: A methodological proposal through a Sentinel Events Database
The European Agreement signed on 8 October 2004 defines the condition of work-related stress and obliges it be detected. Italian Law n. 81/08 and the Ministerial Circular of 18/11/2010 oblige Italian companies to detect work-related stress, with particular reference to Sentinel Events. This paper deals with a methodological proposal for the measurement of work-related stress, where legal restrictions are applied through the WSED-Stress method. It shows how the homogeneous classes of psychophysical risk can be detected as required by the law. The case-study shows how these risk classes may affect the measurement of work-related stress, with the OPRA test.

Keywords


work-related stress; sentinel events; OPRA Questionnaire; occupational stress; public health

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