General information

Healthy workplace – Key area of influence

Kind of tool:
Target group:
Employers and employees  
Duration in minutes:
20 minutes 
Description of the tool:
The tool aims to show the different key areas of influence that can be mobilized or influenced in healthy workplace initiatives. Employers or employees can choose from the offered key areas for which they feel need to pay more attention in order to influence the improvement or creation of a healthy workplace, and how to develop the key areas effectively.  
Benefit of the tool:
The tool will allow you to create a healthy workplace, by choosing and implementing the method “learning guideline” given by the key areas of influence. This constructed tool can be helpful and also can be applied in those workplaces and businesses where there are records of work-related injuries or illnesses, or the workplace carries a special weight that bears the above records, especially in places where there is little knowledge of the importance of maintaining or creating a healthy workplace. The objectives include: obtaining information, geting results, reducing the time needed to develop a key area (identifying and resolving problem) and boosting user involvement in improvement and creation of healthy workplace.  
20 minutes 
How to use the tool:
To make the most of the tool, we recommend to read it carefully, then choose the key priority level and to continue taking notes of each method while reading it. Then you will detect the problem, select a method of implementation and how to evaluate the process further.  
Floor and Area:
SensibilizationAnalyzingRealization tools
Work organization
Values and settings
Qualification and competence
Health and performance

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