Quantitative and qualitative assessments are applied to measure the dimensions of an organization related to psychological health and safety. Use NHUMAN's academically supported forms and scales to reach accurate data in assessment activities.


The causes of stress in the workplace are often referred to as psychosocial risk factors and include the organization of work, social factors, working environment, equipment and hazardous tasks. The PSR-Q scale is a psychosocial risk assessment tool designed in accordance with international standards and cultural norms. It complements occupational health and safety risk assessments and contributes to psychosocial risk management. The risk grouping system provides a framework for planning intervention and prevention work based on the risk levels of the variables measured.


In psychotechnical evaluations, which are used in the selection of suitable personnel for the job and in the evaluation of existing personnel in enterprises, it is aimed to measure the cognitive and psychomotor abilities of people such as hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, attention, reaction speed and concentration, and thus to increase production by identifying the most suitable people for the job.


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"We address the psychosocial risks specified in the ILO and ISO 45003 standards in organizational, social and environmental dimensions."