CALCULATING THE COST OF WORK-RELATED STRESS AND PSYCHOSOCIAL RISKS
The European Agency for Safety & Health at Work has published our literature review on the costs of work-related stress and exposure to psychosocial hazards. The publication was commissioned by the Agency as part of its European Risk Observatory programme. The review can be cited as:
Hassard, J., Teoh, K., Cox, T., Dewe, P.D., Cosmar, M., Grundler, R., Flemming, D., Cosemans, B., and Van den Broek, K. (2014) Calculating the Cost of Work-related Stress and Psychosocial Risks. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. ISBN: 978-92-9240-420-8; doi: 10.2802/20493
This publication is available at: https://osha.europa.eu/en/publications/literature_reviews/calculating-the-cost-of-work-related-stress-and-psychosocial-risks/view
I would like to thank Juliet Hassard for her excellent work in managing the review process and in the developing the report and Kevin Teoh for the help and support that he gave her. I would also like to thank my other colleagues and friends in the CSWL, Birkbeck University of London UK, DGUV, Germany, and PREVENT, Belgium. Finally, we would all like to thank Malgorzata Milczarek of the Agency for her management of this project.