| 1.1 The occupational stress model ||6|
| 1.2 The Cooper-Cummings framework model ||8|
| 3.1 Reason’s accident causation model ||32|
| 5.1 Proposed causal model ||84|
| 7.2 The Cooper model of stress ||127|
| 7.3 Item analysis of the ‘Work Overload’ factor ||129|
| 7.4 Item analysis of the ‘Job Security and Change’ factor ||130|
| 8.1 The relationship between job stress and work accidents ||141|
| 1.1 The John Walker case ||2-3|
| 3.1 Turner’s (1978) model of accident causation ||31|
| 5.1 Example of a measure of locus of control based on the Rotter Scale ||98|
| 7.1 Example items from ASSET ||122-3|
| 8.1 Examples of stressors for workers on offshore oil platforms ||145|
| 9.1 A description of stress management interventions ||151|
| 2.1 Behavioural and physical symptoms of stress ||14|
| 3.1 Summary of sixteen safety climate studies ||42-7|
| 5.1 The effects of job stress on work accidents ||82|
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Book title: Managing the Risk of Workplace Stress.
Contributors: Sharon Clarke - Author, Cary L. Cooper - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: vii.
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