Work PositiveCI is a completely confidential psychosocial risk management process. It involves a ‘whole workforce’ approach which can be rolled out over a three to six month period and be re-used every few years.
Identify and measure psychosocial risk including critical incident exposure
Work PositiveCI assesses workplace stressors, employee psychological wellbeing and critical incident exposure in the workplace. If not properly managed these stressors can lead to poor mental health and wellbeing, increased sickness absence, presenteesim and lower productivity.
Receive actionable feedback
It provides easy-to-understand online reports, identifies risk areas and provides clear guidance on ways to improve employee wellbeing, enabling focused action to be taken. Work PositiveCI provides specific support and guidance in addressing critical incident exposure in the workplace.
Work PositiveCI can lead to high impact results, such as reducing sickness absence and turnover, and increasing employee engagement, wellbeing and productivity.
Comply with current legislation
Work PositiveCI helps employers comply with health and safety legislation at a national and European level. Employers are obliged under the Irish Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 to ensure safe places of work for all employees, which covers mental as well as physical health and safety.
Free and easy to use
There is no software to download. The surveys take ten to fifteen minutes to complete. You can log in to create surveys, access your response rates and view results 24/7, using any Wi-Fi enabled device. The surveys are completely FREE to use.
Work PositiveCI is completely confidential. The data is processed by an independent service provider in compliance with applicable Data Protection legislation.
The four stages of Work PositiveCI
The Work PositiveCI process is aligned with the Psychosocial Risk Management European Framework (Prima-EF). Work PositiveCI is the first psychosocial risk management process specific to critical incidents in Europe.
Find out how the Irish Prison Service and Eli Lilly have used the Work PositiveCI to improve working conditions within their organisations.
What does it assess?
Depending on the version you choose to run, Work PositiveCI may involve you measuring workplace stressors, employee psychological wellbeing, critical incident exposure, as well as considering workplace performance indicators (e.g. absenteeism, turnover).
Work PositiveCI has helped provide a foundation and direction for our wellbeing strategy going forward.
Úna Feeney - Eli Lilly
Work PositiveCIy is a great place to start if you are interested in improving employee wellbeing.
Rose Curtis - National Rehabilitation Hospital
The Irish Red Cross welcomes Work PositiveCI supporting best practice, guidance and practical tools in the area of critical incident in both workplace and in the voluntary sector.
Irish Red Cross
The Work PositiveCI programme has helped Dublin Fire Brigade provide a scientific validation for the assessment of psychosocial risks to its staff. Work PositiveCI underpins the procedures in place to support frontline emergency staff involved in critical incidents at work.
Dublin Fire Brigade
Work PositiveCI enabled us to review and amend our CISM policy and our Peer Training Programme.
The authors of the Work PositiveCI programme deserve a lot of credit. It’s a very logistical and logical approach and will be a model for the worldwide community.
Professor Jeffrey Mitchell, President Emeritus, International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF)
The Irish Prison Service (IPS) has found the Work PositiveCI survey tool very useful and provided valuable feedback information from our staff which will assist the IPS in developing a range of supports for our staff.
Irish Prison Service
Work PositiveCI will undoubtedly assist in the promotion of health and wellbeing for all of us, both at work and at home.
Work PositiveCI provided us with a tool to assess where our organisation can develop services for staff and support their wellbeing.