For the employee

What does the PSA index mean for you?

PSA Index stands for preventing absenteeism due to stress, burnout, and overstrain. We achieve this through early detection, allowing you to take action before the symptoms worsen. PSA-index raises awareness of the risk you are facing.

PSA-index provides information about your mental health through a traffic light system. The green score is good, the orange score means that you are already a bit out of balance, and the red score means that you have not been in balance for months to years. The PSA-index provides information about activities you can undertake to maintain, recover, and improve your mental health after the score. On average, it takes 6 months for someone to go from an orange to a red score if no action is taken. If you are at risk and take action, 75% recover within 3 months.

The PSA-index is reliable and safe to use

The PSA-index is a scientifically validated questionnaire based on over 10,000 employees who have provided their data for scientific research. The PSA-index processes your medical data in accordance with the relevant certifications: ISO 27001 and NEN 7510-1. A group report of the results is only provided to the employer if the anonymity of the individual is guaranteed.

How does it work?

Your employer informs you about the content and purpose of the research. Your employer provides us with your email address and last name. You will receive an email invitation to participate in the survey. To access the questionnaire, you need to download the secure Improve app and log in. Just like how a hospital operates. Filling out the questionnaire takes about 15 minutes. You will immediately see the results, which you can download and save. You will also receive a link to our website where you will find detailed explanations of what the result means and what you can do on your own. If you score orange or red, you will receive the questionnaire again after 3 and 6 months to see how your score has changed and whether your actions have led to improvement. In the figure below, you can examine the explanation of the scores in more detail.