What is Psychosocial Risk Assessment: 

Psychosocial risk assessment is performed to measure and understand the impact of work-related stress caused by psychosocial risks on the health, well-being, productivity and performance of employees.


According to the ILO and WHO Policy Report (2022);

  • 60% of the world's population works.
  • Globally, 12 billion working days are lost each year due to depression and anxiety.
  • It costs the global economy $1 trillion, mainly due to depression and anxiety caused by loss of productivity.
  • Ruh sağlığı koşullarının toplam toplumsal maliyetinin %50’si, azalan üretkenlik gibi dolaylı maliyetlerden kaynaklanıyor.


Evaluation of psychosocial risk factors consists of 90 questions and 17 sub-dimensions in order to identify stress factors in a workplace. The 17 sub-dimensions of the scale provide an opinion on which situations in the workplace create risks on the employee and which situations create an opportunity with various questions.

Analysis Options:

  • PSR-Q Check-Up -Individual
  • PSR-Q – Corporate

Analysis Content:

  1. Factors Related to the Content and Organization of the Job;

  • Roles, Expectations and Task Designs in the Organization

  • Freedom of Decision (Job Control or Autonomy)

  • Organizational Change Management

  • Workload and Working Speed

  • Working Hours and Working Schedule

  1. Social Factors at Work;

  • Interpersonal Relations

  • Leadership / Organization Culture

  • Recognition and Reward

  • Career Development

  • Support

  • Check

  • Courtesy and Respect

  • Work-Life Balance

  • Violence in the Workplace

  • Abuse

  • Tyranny

  1. Working Environment, Equipment and Hazardous Tasks (Environmental Factors)


Contact us for your institution-specific psychosocial risk assessment on roles, expectations and task designs in your organization, workload, work schedule, interpersonal relationships, leadership, recognition and reward, career development, workplace violence, work environment and equipment, etc.

Turkish lira