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CRR 356/2001 A critical review of psychosocial hazard measures

Health and safety legislation requires that employers regularly conduct risk assessments to identify what in their workplace is a potential hazard to (ie could harm) employee health.

The idea of risk assessment for physical hazards is well-established. More recently attention has focused on the assessment of risk from psychosocial hazards and in doing so measures have been developed or adopted from research to assess the prevalence of workplace stressors.

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Updated 2010-03-18