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Title: Current Challenges and Initiatives in Occupational Mental Health: Europe and Beyond


1
  • Work Package onMonitoring indicators
  • Dr. Irene L.D. Houtman Drs. Maartje Bakhuys
    Roozeboom
  • TNO Work Employment, Hoofddorp, the Netherlands
  • Dr. Maria Widerszal-Bazyl Dr. Dorota
    Zolnierczyk-Zreda
  • CIOP, Warsaw, Poland

2
Main work package objectives
  • Monitoring indicators of
  • Work related stress Violence at work
  • Develop an European integrated indicator model
    indicators for psychosocial risk management
    (PSRM)
  • Inventory and prioritize main indicators on PSRM
  • Identify gaps between indicators available and
    indicators considered necessary to monitor PSRM

3
Use of monitoring
Identifying risks and risk groups Evaluating
interventions Setting priorities for policies
and interventions Benchmarking progress at
national and international level Monitoring
change, legislation, new developments Supporting
research on specific topics Developing national
standards Forecasting emerging risks (?)
4
Criteria for the or an indicator model on
stress and violence at work
  • There should be three content criteria
  • The process should be central exposure, outcome,
    action
  • Three levels of impact and exposure
  • Cyclical model
  • Link up with
  • Cost-benefit models
  • CSR
  • Risk groups

5
At least two dimensions . (With a feedback loop)
1
Process
exposure
outcome
Preventive action
Macro society/nation/EU
2
Hierarchical levels
organisation
individual
6
Indicator model
7
Additional (practical) criteria for the
indicator(s) and indicator model
  • Have policy relevance next to expert assessments
  • Availability of data/monitors
  • Comparability (gender, cultures)

8
Available indicators and sensitive data
indicator gap
Available indicators Reviews (Dollard, 2007
Weiler, 2007) European Foundation
(EWCS, EWCO) Gap No indicators on
preventive action (both structural and
incidental) Priorities in indicators All
indicators were perceived to be important
9
Exposure indicators
Organisational factors
Policies Facilities for optimizing work-home Human resources management Corporate Social Responsibility etc.
Organisational culture Open-trust based Information from management Organisational justice etc.
Industrial relations Works council/trade union Collective agreements etc.
Work related factors
Employment conditions Contract, pay, work history etc.
Organisational design Job rotation, team work, etc.
Quality of work Demands, control, violence etc.

10
Outcome indicators
Health related outcomes Accidents at work Health complaints Physical health Mental health
Outcomes related to job satisfaction/commitment Job satisfaction Turnover
Absence Sick leave Cause of absence Working while being sick/presenteeism
Economic costs Costs of accidents and work drop out Performance/productivity
Work ability Assessment of ones health work ability
11
Indicators for preventive action
Assessments Risk assessment Recording of attendance, accidents illness Investigation into causes of accidents etc.
Measures Directed at Reducing psychosocial risks Improving autonomy Improving coping capacity Return to work etc.
Evaluation Use of policies/facilities Effectiveness of measures Process evaluation
Participation of employees In.Risk assessment, Development, implementation evaluation of plan of action
12
Conclusions and way forward
  • At EU-level already a lot of monitoring (also on
    PSR) is available
  • Indicator gap preventive action (
    policy/structural indicators)
  • Researchers, employer and employee
    representatives, policy makers consider all
    indicators as important
  • ? European Agency (Bilbao) initiated the
    ESENER-survey on Psychosocial Risk Management
    (2007-2009)

13
Thank you! Irene Houtman irene.houtman_at_tno.nlw
ww.prima-ef.org
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