PAS 1010 is the code of practice for managing psychosocial risks and stress in the workplace

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PAS 1010:2011

Guidance on the management of psychosocial risks in the workplace

Status : Current, Project Underway   Published : February 2011



What is this standard about?

PAS 1010 gives practical guidance on the policies and key principles involved in the management of psychosocial risks in work environments and how organizations can help tackle these issues.

Who is this standard for?

  • Human resource managers and specialists
  • Occupational health and safety managers and specialists
  • SME owners and managers
  • Employee representatives
  • Business coaches

Why should you use this standard? 

Psychosocial risks at work can be a major cause of stress, and with stress affecting the mental and physical wellbeing of over 40 million workers in the European Union each year, PAS 1010 is a good investment to improve management techniques and overall company performance. It sets the benchmark for psychosocial risk assessment and management and helps assessors to address this area of health and safety more effectively.

PAS 1010 starts by giving an overview of psychosocial risk management and its policies and key principles, before demonstrating how to implement this process. The standard also specifies how to monitor performance, do best practice management reviews and develop the right policies to minimise work-related stress and improve the overall conditions of employment for everyone.

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Standard NumberPAS 1010:2011
TitleGuidance on the management of psychosocial risks in the workplace
StatusCurrent, Project Underway
Publication Date01 February 2011
Cross ReferencesBS 3518-1:1993, BS 31100:2008, BS 18004:2008, BS OHSAS 18001:2007, BS EN ISO 14001:2004, BS EN ISO 10075-1, BS EN ISO 10075-2, BS EN ISO 10075-3, PD ISO/IEC Guide 73:2002, BIP 3055:2005, BIP 2033:2003, ANSI Z 10, BS EN ISO 9000:2005, BS EN ISO 9001:2008, BS EN ISO 19011:2002, 2000/43/EC, 2002/73/EC
DescriptorsJob specification, Health and safety management, Environment (working), Group communication, Personnel management, Performance, Conditions of employment, Management techniques, Training, Management, Health and safety requirements, Occupational safety
ISBN978 0 580 69839 2
File Size3.813 MB

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