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2010-07-30

AUTHORS

C. Hadler

ABSTRACT

BackgroundAs a result of today’s permanently changing conditions of work and the extension of working life, workload increases constantly and it has become the employer’s duty to focus on his employees’ health. For this purpose internal health care management could help to accomplish these issues. In this article an example of how a university could face these challenges in practice is presented.AimsWith the aid of the project from workplace health management the changed working and living conditions accompanied by a change of the demands at work should be dealt with.MethodBy actively participating in health circles, employees worked out and implemented measures of improvement using the screening method “IMPULS Test”.ResultsThe analysed fields show in general satisfying and appropriate conditions of work for the participants’ health (values above 3.5). The rating of 12 analysed fields did not indicate any constantly stressing conditions, only potential for improvement in 5 categories (G: workload, H: work processes, J: information and co-determination, K: possibilities of development and L: work life balance). Values between 2.5 and 3.5 lead to the conclusion that there is potential for development. Of 28 items, 9 (32.1%) achieved values up to 0.5 which is characteristic for potential in development. Eleven items (39.3%) relate to the medium range (values between 0.53 and 0.94), where the development can build on existing resources. Seven items (25%) achieved values over 0.95 which were classified as burdens by the employees.ConclusionsThe screening system “IMPULS Test” is suitable to initiate the following and deepening analyses in resources and burdens of the main process of workplace health management. More... »

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203-214

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