Wellbeing Assessment

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Wellbeing
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Assessment
Tasks
3
Individual
Wellbeing
The three components
of wellbeing are:
The 5-step HWA process
1 Psychological Wellbeing – e.g. the ability to
handle the stresses of everyday life and maintain
a positive attitude and sense of purpose
Identifying
the need
REACTIVE
PROACTIVE
management
of health
risks
management
of health
risks
1
2 Physical Wellbeing – e.g. amount of exercise,
sleeping habits, alcohol
What are
the Health
issues?
3 Social Wellbeing – e.g. positive and supportive
social network
Who
does this
apply to?
2
Assessing
the risk
3
How
serious
is it?
For the purposes of this poster it is Psychological
Wellbeing that we are interested in.
4
What
needs to
be done?
Make yourself aware of the six HSE management
standards that focus on: Demands, Control,
Support, Relationships, Role, Change. These
are short, easy to read documents that are worth
looking at. They can be found at:
http://www.hse.gov.uk/stress/standards/
However, if the pressure is so much,
for example too much work in too little
time, corrosive or unfriendly working
culture, etc, this can have a negative
impact on an individual’s health and
wellbeing.
Talking to your staff, looking for and
responding to signs that the individual
is under too much pressure can
really help to create a beneficial and
balanced work environment.
The pressure and performance curve
Positive
Wellbeing
Rust out
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Pe
Quality of performance
In order to perform well, people need
a certain amount of pressure in the
form of clarity of purpose and roles,
as well as the tools and opportunity to
do their job well.
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Burnout
Monitoring
& reviewing
5
5
Are the
controls
working?
points to be
aware of...
1 Wellbeing is about creating
thriving workplaces
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2 To improve job roles,
understand the 6
management standards
3 Aim for peak performance
4 Seek senior backing to
maintain purpose
Amount of perceived pressure
5 Work out who could be
effected by these issues
When managers seek to review the
wellbeing of their people, they look to
answer the following questions:
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Is there any friction within the team?
Are your employees overloaded with work?
Do they have the necessary training to complete their work?
Are roles and responsibilities clear to all?
Are there any problems with work/life balance?
Managing
wellbeing is about
trying to improve the
workspace, even when
there are no current
issues to resolve
Over time there
may be highs and
lows of workload
but, in general,
you should aim for
peak performance
The Workforce Health and Wellbeing Project is
facilitated by RSSB.If you have any questions about
this resource, please contact [email protected]
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