Workplace Wellbeing

Workplace Wellbeing

Workplace Wellbeing

Just talking about stressors and understanding that none of us are perfect and all of us are ‘hard-wired’ to react to stressors in our own individual way, is comforting. It makes the idea of stress and stressors more accepting and enables open discussion, which in turn creates normality. Work-related stress is as serious as a physical injury; just because we cannot touch it does not mean it’s not there. It’s there, so we need to learn how to cope with it better.

European Health & Safety Regulations

We provide up to date information, laws and regulations on stress-related illness, burnout and psychosocial risks in the workplace from the European Union, The World Health Organisation and Dutch and Irish governments.

European Research

We study the European Unions' and World Health Organisations research and techniques on Occupational Health and Safety, specifically preventing and managing stress and psychosocial risks in the workplace. We promote the European Union Health Programme (2014-2020).

Stress Assessment

There will always be stressors; people, events and situations in our lives that upset our lives. The best we can do is learn how to manage ourselves in our stress response to ensure the best quality of life for ourselves and our loved ones. Don't let your stress get the better of you. Assess your stress now.

Myths About Stress

If we are to be able to reduce, manage and prevent stress we need to understand what it is. The problem with the word ‘stress’ is that it’s too vague, most of us cannot get a grip on it. For example, we use the word ‘stress’ to describe the stressor, the stress response and the signs and symptoms of stress. This is why myths about stress can be very confusing. Let's clear up some of the confusion.