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#1 Posted : 22 January 2001 10:48:00(UTC)
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Posted By Malcolm Hamilton
Looking for assistance,has anybody got a good stress questionaire or details on where I might find one.
As I have been tasked to conduct a stess survey with in a F.E.College (luky me).

Thanks

Malcolm
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#2 Posted : 22 January 2001 13:49:00(UTC)
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Posted By Con..
C.L Cooper is a name that comes to mind.
The Occ. Stress Indicator designed by Cary L Cooper, Stephen Sloan & Stephen Williams.

Holmes & Rahe also came up with a similar survey but not as extensive.

Any good books on Stress will mention the above persons and referance their material.


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Con..
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#3 Posted : 22 January 2001 15:02:00(UTC)
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Posted By Mark Preston
OSI is published by Nelson NFER you'll find details here

http://assess.nelson.com...assess/group/gp-osi.html

PMI (Pressure Management Indicator)- a development of OSI by Stephen Williams is published by RAD tel: 01423 529529

Both these tests should be administered by someone competent in psychological testing (Off hand, I can't recall to what level.)

I suggest that you first get hold of a publication called "Mental well-being in the workplace" published by the HSE, 1998 isbn 07176 1524 3 from HSE books. It gives a good grounding in this subject.

You'll find some helpful stuff in a few HSE Contract Research Reports...

CRR193 1998 Organisational interventions to reduce work stress: are they effective?; and (to a lesser extent) in
CRR265 2000- The Bristol study and CRR266 2000 - The Whitehall II study
Long in the tooth - but still useful is CRR61 1993 "Stress Research and Stress Management: putting theory to work" by Tom Cox - the only one of these CRRs which is not available for free download from
http://www.hse.gov.uk/re...h/frameset/crr/index.htm

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#4 Posted : 22 January 2001 15:36:00(UTC)
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Posted By Ron Young
Try www.isma.org.uk for initial information.
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