After this formation, the participants will be aware of what the psychosocial risks are and will be in a position to identify them better, to analyze, anticipate and prevent them. We will bring theoretical elements when it comes to the juridical field. Incivilities, ill-being and suffering at work, bullying and burn outs will also be addressed.
Who is this intended for?
All of those who are brought to handle the prevention of psychosocial risks, to accompany their impact on health and to understand the consequences that they have on performance, as well as those who don’t know how to identify them or don’t know how to talk about them.
Length and number of participants
Length : variable (from half a day to a full day) according to the expectations and needs of the participants.
Participants : up to 15 participants.
Goal: our goal is to define the psychosocial risks in order to address them better and to understand the consequences of prevention
The essential elements
The psychosocial risks are threats for mental, physical and social health, and they are generated by the working conditions and the organisational and relational factors that are likely to interact with mental functioning.
- Building trust and emotion : respecting individuals, benevolence and stress-free activities
- Putting the problem into perspective : sketch
– In order to highlight the issues and fix them
- Debriefing :
– In order to understand and to be able to intervene in the situations likely to harm the health, due to psychosocial risks.
- Motivation :
– By providing effective tools that can immediately be put into practice, in order to give meaning, but also to enhance the will to share knowledge
– By creating exercises and pedagogical games that can either be done individually or in small groups in order to make the formation more entertaining
- Action, thanks to a « real-time laboratory », with the aim of practicing with the sparring partners.
- Ride-alongs in order to :
– Diagnose and detect the psychosocial risks
– Avoid pitfalls
– Help to set up solutions and to follow them through
- The statistics regarding the psychosocial risks (statutory obligations): the participants will understand the elements at stake with the psychosocial risks
- Reminder of the types of risks that stress, verbal violence, bullying or burn outs represent
- How to turn prevention into a management, health and performance tool
- Address the consequences of stress on the relation to the others and to one’s work
- Offer change in a collective mind in order to avoid tensions and eventual conflicts
Handle specific situations
- Various pain: sleeping or eating disorder, oppression, migraines, weight variation, frequent colds and flu
- Behavioral perturbation: increased sensitivity, irritability, excitation, sadness, emotional breakdowns…
- Cognitive perturbation: inattention, oversights, trouble with decision making…
- Lack of motivation : resistance against change, loss of the ability to take initiatives, reduction of commitment and risk-taking…
- Diseases : cardiovascular (infarction, hypertension, strokes), autoimmune or inflammatory illnesses, ulcers, infections…
- Depressive and musculoskeletal trouble (back and upper limb).
- Doping behaviours to cope with obstacles or to make one’s performances better (coffee, alcohol, smoking, sleeping pills, anxiolytics…)