SMI’s innovative Workplace Stress Management process begins with a Diagnostic Phase that collects Quantitative Data such as Workers Compensation Claims, Lost Time Injuries, Retention Statistics and Absenteeism. Additionally, Qualitative Data is used from cross-sectional interviewing and direct workplace observations, as well as Employee Survey instruments such as Culture and Engagement Surveys.
SMI have adopted the Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire (a highly insightful and actionable survey instrument proven to have high levels of statistical validity) as a Qualitative Tool to gain insights from your organisation’s employees.
With this data assembled, an iterative and collaborative Evaluation and Analysis Phase occurs, where inferences are made and validated, before findings are reported and recommendations are made.
It is also at this phase that Planning of the Workplace Stress Management Interventions is under-taken, targeting those actions that will have the greatest proactive impact, eliminating or reducing your workplace’s stressors.
During the Interventions Phase, SMI assists with Implementation Services through its network of Stress Management Practitioners, Industrial Psychologists, Systems Engineers and Environmental Engineers, as well as experts in the fields of Leadership, Organisational Culture and Employee Engagement.
Where your business wishes to develop in-house Workplace Stress Management expertise, SMI can deliver the training and coaching to your selected employees to become Stress Management Facilitators, as well as provide the only Nationally Recognised Certificate IV and Diploma Qualifications in Stress Management.