Stress Indicator Tool (SIT)
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Every employer has a legal duty to assess and protect employees from work-related stress under the Management of Health and Safety Regulations 1999.
Stress is a major cause of sickness absence in the workplace and costs over £5 billion a year in Great Britain. It affects individuals, their families and colleagues by impacting on their health, but it also has tremendous financial and operational impacts for employers.
Therefore, industry experts at HSE have developed and produced an online Stress Indicator Tool (SIT) that measures the attitudes and perceptions of employees towards work-related stress.
SIT provides anonymous feedback and is a quick and easy way to determine the extent to which work-related stress is a problem within an organisation.
Complementing HSE's Management Standards for Stress approach, the tool features a survey of thirty-five questions and assesses six key areas of work that, if not managed properly, are known to be the likely root causes.
Analysing and understanding these results will help develop an effective health and wellbeing strategy for the organisation.
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Benefits of using Stress Indicator Tool
- Intuitive system that reduces admin time and resources used
- Survey available in multiple language templates
- Options to customise - add branding, write a personalised introduction, choose appropriate demographic questions and tailor the terminology to reflect your workplace
- Automatic analysis of the responses generates a summary report of the results and provides recommendations to address identified issues
- Directly focus and compare results against departments, job roles, locations, age etc.
- Functionality to create bespoke reports to highlight potential priority areas
- Access to a wealth of HSE resources
Why should employers invest in mental health interventions?
A recent report from Deloitte shows a complex but positive case for employers to invest in the mental health of their employees, with an average return of £5 for every £1 spent (5:1). However, there is a large spread of potential returns from 0.4:1 up to nearly 11:1. Interventions with the highest returns tend to focus on preventative large scale initiatives, and on using technology or diagnostics to tailor support for those most in need.
Case Study: 11% Improvement in Stress Sickness Absence
Scottish Power Energy Retail is an international energy company focused on growth, safety and service. They are one of the UK's top customer service suppliers of gas and electricity with around 5.2 million customers. The organisation recently took a dynamic and systematic approach to reducing work-related stress, as they realised the many benefits of doing so. Working in partnership with HSE they were able to improve their sickness absences by 11%.
Example of the Stress Indicator Tool
These prices allow administrative and user rights to the Stress Indicator Tool (all prices are excluding VAT).
For employers with more than 10,000 employees a price is available upon request.
|No. of Employees||Licence Fee Year 1 |
|Annual Charge for Each Consecutive Year|
|up to 50||£200||£100|
The initial cost includes system set up and configuration, and the first year of support and maintenance.
Licence permits use of the tool according to the appropriate number of people employed by the organisation. Should the number of employees increase, or you wish to expand the licence to cover other parts of the organisation, you will be required to upgrade to the next band.
To order and for a free demonstration of the Stress Indicator Tool, please use the contact details above.Read less about Licence Pricing
Stress Indicator Tool (1-50) User Licence
SIT (1-50) User Licence
You may purchase a licence for up to 50 employees here, if you require any of the larger licences, please contact us.