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Course 765 - Managing Workplace Stress

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Hi, and welcome to the course. If you are a safety manager, supervisor, committee member, or someone who is entering into the occupational safety and health field, this course will help you understand your important responsibilities.

Here's how it works (Read this... it's important!)

  1. Study each course module. Just click on the course "Modules" tab above to get started. It takes about 30 minutes to one hour to complete each module, including the quiz.
  2. Complete each module quiz. Each quiz is 5 questions. When you submit the quiz, a new webpage will load with instant feedback on your answers. After you complete the quiz, start on the next module. There is no need to wait! No hurry either. You are in control of the pace of learning.
  3. If you have questions as you study, just send us an email.

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  6. Complete and submit the final course exam.
    • The final exam consists of 20 questions.
    • To meet OSHA requirements, you must pass the final exam with at least a 70% score.
    • If you do not pass the exam, you may retake the exam.
    • If you pass the exam, you may not retake the exam just to raise your score.
    • Most final exam questions are derived from module quizzes.

OK, Let's go!

Have fun and study hard. To start, just click on "Introduction" above.

Course Introduction

Stress — just the word may be enough to set your nerves on edge. Everyone feels stressed from time to time. Some people may cope with stress more effectively or recover from stressful events quicker than others. It's important to know your limits when it comes to stress to avoid more serious health effects.

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Stress can also have a big impact on your work environment. This course highlights the causes of stress at work and outlines steps an employer can take to help prevent job stress.

Course Components

Once you complete this course, you will have knowledge of the following components:

  • stress in today’s workplace
  • causes of workplace stress
  • job conditions that may lead to stress
  • impact of stress on the employer
  • job stress and employee health
  • stress prevention programs
  • minimizing stress in the workplace
  • managing stress before, during, and after a crisis

Modules

To begin your training, click on the module links below. If you are just starting this course, you should start with module 1.

  1. Stress in Today's Workplace
  2. Job Stress Effects on Workers
  3. Preventing Job Stress
  4. Managing Stress Before, During, and After an Event

Course 765 Final Exam

OSHAcademy course final exams are designed to help ensure students demonstrate a sufficient understanding of the content covered within each course. To help demonstrate this understanding, students must achieve a minimum score of 70% on final exams. It is OSHAcademy's policy to protect the integrity of our exams and, as a result, we do not provide missed questions to students.

After you have studied all of the course material and taken the module quizzes, you can take the final exam. The module quizzes are optional, but we highly recommend you take each quiz, as the questions are similar to those on the final exam.

This is an open book exam. As you are taking the exam, if you find a question you are unsure of, you should use the course study guide or course web pages to research the correct answer. Don't worry if you fail the exam. You can study and retake the exam when you are ready.

If you have already paid for a Certificate Program

If you have already paid for your certificates, your exam score will be displayed in your student dashboard next to the course. You will also be able to view or print the course PDF certificate if you purchased this option. Your PDF transcript will also be automatically updated to include the course.

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You are welcome to take all of our courses for free! We only charge a fee if you want certificates, transcripts and exam scores to document your training. If you have not made a payment for your certificate, we will archive your exam results and you will see "Completed!" next to the course if you passed the exam. If you did not pass the exam with a score of 70% or higher, you will need to retake the exam.

Take the Final Exam

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Course 765 Study Guide. You can save this study guide to your computer for offline studying, or print the study guide if you prefer.

Endnotes

1. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (2014). Managing Stress During a Crisis. Retrieved from: www.osha.gov/SLTC/emergencypreparedness/resilience_resources/support_documents/supervisorintra/ intradeployment_supervisors.html

2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2014). Stress: At Work. Retrieved from: www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/99-101/

3. Government of Western Australia: Department of Commerce. (2014). Stress. Retrieved from: www.commerce.wa.gov.au/worksafe/stress

4. National Institute on Mental Health. (2014). Fact Sheet on Stress. Retrieved from: www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/stress/index.shtml