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Napo film 'When stress strikes'

Napo films are an ideal way to spread the basic principles of occupational safety and health (OSH) in an engaging and informal way. The films do not provide in-depth training on OSH, but they do provide an alternative, light-hearted approach to improving awareness of OSH.

All films in the series are language free, so can be understood by anyone regardless of their age, country or culture. Napo, the main character, is also easily identified with because of his neutral and likeable personality. He is symbolic of any employee working in any industry or sector.

The Napo film addresses several psychosocial risks in the workplace, demonstrating how an employee may be affected and react to them. As in all films in the series, Napo helps identify workplace risks, and offers practical solutions and suggestions for improvement.

You can find out more about Napo and download Napo Stress and other Napo films from the Napo film website.