The PPJM , registered as intellectual property by Pereira & Cunha (2011), is an integrated methodology based on theoretical and practical models with proven efficacy in different organizational contexts, and built specifically for the Portuguese reality.

Questionnaire  PPJM It is a core tool for the diagnosis of Psychosocial Risk Profile, having been built from systematic research in the Portuguese organizations. Similarly, its creation is based on the rules established European and national level, including in the framework legal regime for the Promotion of Safety and Health at Work (Law 102/2009) and its amendment by Law 03/2014, as well as with the directions issued by the competent authorities in the Portuguese system, not forgetting the notes established by international institutions. The questionnaire has several versions (general and specific) appropriate to the context diagnose potential psychosocial risks, with the response based on an online fill. Nevertheless, during various kinds of difficulties,

How objectives of the questionnaire, easily emphasize the identification of potential Rich Factors Psychosocial (Organization Team, Department), identification of workers at risk of developing problems related to stress and also to identify the organizational and personal resources to promote workers and Organizations healthy and Resilient. On the other hand, as to its characteristics, it is first imperative to note that this is not a diagnostic tool of Psychosocial Risk Factors, developed for the Portuguese workers, and a methodology based on empirical research and is suitable to the national law and the European guidelines regarding the assessment and prevention of occupational risks. However, this tool makes it possible, too,

The PPJM presents itself as a modular and flexible tool to the specific context. Thus, its structure allows adaptation depending on the different working groups, which are example the sectors of education, health , public safety, and other general services such as management, trade positions, among others.

To point out:
â-ª The scales included in PPJM are validated for the Portuguese population, having been presented at national and international meetings.

â-ª Presentation Diagnostic simple, clear and easy to understand.

Thus, the PPJM , and its concern of legal compliance in Portugal, and with the basic principles of the guidance given by NIOSH and other international agencies, rating:

Psychosocial stressors or risks:
- labor requirements;
- organizational resources;
- Personal Resources.

Psychosocial and Organizational Consequences:
- psychosocial damage;
- organizational Damage;
- Psychological Health;
- Physical health;
- Violence, Bullying and Moobing in employment context.

Mainly focused on the questionnaire methodology, applied to all employees of the organizations, which are questions that focus primarily on how they feel and perceive the organization, its requirements, and their skills to the tasks that are responsible also not forget the organizational analysis, by proceeding to a detailed study of the procedures required profile and organization, thus, after comparison with the results obtained by employees, one can develop a global scheme inherent in the organization with the information from the various perspectives which it encloses.

The evaluation and diagnosis focuses on a single point and is made electronically, and the employee who participates has access to a summary of its results, and the organization to a full report on the total results of the respondents. In this evaluation, and as mentioned above, data is requested on the perception of variables in relation to work, personal skills for their achievement as well as psychosocial risk indicators.

Still in the diagnostic side, and whenever requested by the company, far It will be also an organizational analysis of processes, particularly with regard to the relationship it establishes with its human resources, as well as the channel communication, preferences and even their effectiveness.

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The PPJM and all methodologies associated with it, follow the rules I SO 10667-1, ISO 10667-2 and ISO 10018 - About the reviews in organizations and skills assessment

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with the collaboration of Michael Leiter & Associates