What is Psychosocial Safety Culture? How can you increase the learning within your team about well-being and factors contributing to a healthy work place? Would you know what to do if someone called in sick due to stress at work? Take the time now to review the course and you will get the basics of Psychosocial Safety Culture and how to create a healthy work place.
The theories behind Psychosocial Safety and why it matters(copy)
The ABC of Psychosocial Safety
It is widely recognised that work-related stress is one of the major contemporary challenges facing occupational health and safety. It is commonly understood that a need for stress prevention activities is prevalent in all European countries and across all types of organisations. This article will summarise the key issues in relation to work-related stress and will discuss how stress at work can best be managed, Hassard & Cox, Birkbeck College, University of London (ref)
Choose the most appropriate answer
In case of fire you have to follow 3 simple steps: the fire alarm or call 112, those who are in danger and only then to extinguish the fire.
Match three statements with appropriate definitions
Turn on a fire alarm
Help people who are in danger
Try to extinguish the fire
The four elements that must be present for building a psychosocial safety culture include:
There are four elements that must be present for a fire to exist:
a chemical reaction
The concept of fire prevention is based upon keeping these four elements separate.
heat, oxygen, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
water, a heat source, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
oxygen, water, fuel and a chemical reaction between the three
fuel, oxygen, earth and a chemical reaction between the three
Types of factors that affect the psychosocial work environment (copy)
Extinguishing different types of fire
Match fire extinguishers with types of fires
Water and Foam
Class A fires
Class B & C fires
Class D fires
Class K fires
Decide if the following statements are true or false
Class C fires are fires involving energized electrical equipment.
There are four classes of fire, Class A, B, C and K.
Class B fires are those fires that occur involving paper and wood.
Class K fires are fires in cooking oils and greases.
Water will not extinguish most flammable liquid fires.
Which of these objects belongs to Class A fires?
Take part in a fire extinguisher training with Jack
Use PASS with your fire extinguisher
You've completed a course on fire safety. Hopefully, now you have a better understanding of fire dangers and fire prevention procedures.