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1996

CIS 97-341 Bully for you
It is estimated that up to 4% of workers in Ireland may suffer from a form of persistent bullying to a degree likely to cause fear, anxiety, stress or depression. Physical and non-physical forms of bullying are described and psychological effects are outlined. Employers' responsibilities include development of a policy and action plan, and providing appropriate training to alert staff to the problem.
Health and Safety, May 1996, p.9-10.

1995

CIS 97-707 Beermann B., Meschkutat B.
Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz
Psychosocial factors involving stress and harassment
Psychosoziale Faktoren am Arbeitsplatz unter Berücksichtigung von Stress und Belästigung [in German]
In the past, psychological and sexual harassment at the workplace was treated as phenomena of lesser importance or as exceptions to the rule. There is now reason to believe that these phenomena occur far more frequently than one would think. Although there are strategies for handling this problem and preventing various forms of harassment and psychological pressure at the workplace, no complete analysis of these strategies has ever been done. In this report, the type and frequency of harassment at the workplace in Germany are described, as are the existing practices for handling these problems. On the basis of this information, practical guidelines are formulated.
Wirtschaftsverlag NW, Verlag für neue Wissenschaft GmbH, Postfach 10 11 10, 27511 Bremerhaven, Germany, 1995. 45p. 45 ref.

CIS 95-2314 Gates E., Lamplugh D.
Safe systems of work: Managing to avoid violence; Dispelling fear
Two articles on the prevention of violence, including bullying and aggressive behaviour, in the workplace.
Health and Safety at Work, Feb. 1995, Vol.17, No.2, p.40-43. Illus. 5 ref. ###

1994

CIS 99-61 Women workers' rights
Topics: bullying; conditions of work; employee rights; expectant mothers; handicapped workers; harmful substances; ILO; international agreements; legislation; manual lifting; night work; prohibited work; radiation protection; sexual harassment; shift work; social aspects; training manuals; training material; UN; women; work time schedules.
ILO Publications, International Labour Office, 1211 Genève 22, Switzerland, 1994. ii, 564p. Illus. Bibl.ref.

CIS 95-1660 Adams A.
Bullying at work: Combating offensive behaviour in the workplace
Training package designed to teach workers how to identify and combat bullying in the workplace. The effects of bullying on the mental and physical health of employees are discussed in detail. Check-lists, handouts and role playing exercises form an integral part of the training package.
BBC Enterprises Ltd 1994, BBC for Business, Woodlands, 80 Wood Lane, London W12 0TT, United Kingdom, 1994. 2 videotapes + facilitator's guide (90p., 13 ref.).

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