Early Recognition for OSI Risk
Please note: We recommend answering this survey using Google Chrome.
This screening tool is meant to assist with the early detection of operational stress injury (OSI). OSI is any persistent psychological difficulty resulting from duties performed.
Your daily behaviours, current perceptions and experiences can predict your current level of vulnerability for developing an OSI. This includes all forms of mental illness and addictions that can be attributed to compound stress, exposure and strain.
Once you submit your results you will receive a confidential, personalized report that will outline your current risk for developing an OSI and offer some tips on what you can do to maintain your score or make some improvements.
Please note, this is not a clinical measure nor a diagnostic tool. It is meant to be screening tool for potential risk for an OSI.
USING THE SURVEY TOOL
You can navigate through the survey
by clicking the forward and back arrow buttons at the bottom of each page.
If you would like to exit the survey and continue at a later time, click on the
SAVE & QUIT
button at the bottom of the page to save your progress.
If you exit without clicking on this button, your data will be
If you use the save and quit feature, you will be sent an e-mail with a link that will take you back into the check up where you left off. If you forward this link, the receiver will also have access to your data.
CONSENT AND CONFIDENTIALITY
By completing this survey you are giving your informed consent to the collection of the information in this tool. This survey is anonymous and at no time will you be asked to provide identifying information. As well, your IP address will not be tracked. Please note that your responses will be used to inform applied Conference Board of Canada research, and will be reported in aggregate only. Your participation is voluntary, and you may stop at any time.
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You have read the above information
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You are at least 18 years of age
If you do not wish to participate in the assessment, please decline participation by selecting "disagree".
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