Stress management training programs in manufacturing and industry vary greatly. Most approaches to stress management training identify the source of environmental stress such as work overload, role ambiguity, job security, and conflict. However, understanding the organizational sources of stress is instrumental to an effective stress management program. Some organizations have taken a unique approach to stress management training. Intel and Apple offer sabbaticals to executives to assist them in combating stress resulting from burnout.

Chevron provides training to educate employees about smoking and AIDS. Lockheed and First Nationwide Bank have sponsored screening programs to help employees detect signs of hypertension and training programs to teach coping techniques. IBM, Hewlett-Packard and the United States Air Force have sponsored seminars on humor to help minimize workplace stress. Several types of programs are available for stress management training for business and industry such as carefully planned change processes

2. Role clarification
3. Individual goal setting
4. Performance standards
5. Organizational goal setting
6. Time-out periods
7. Feedback and performance evaluation
8. Training programs
9. Job restructuring
10. Job rotation
11. Improved selection and placement policies
12. Promotion policies
13. Time management
14 Management education programs
15. Open communication channels
16. Decentralization of decision-making
17. Development of cohesive work groups
18. Group leadership training
19. Monitoring of physical environment.

Stress management training can refer to a variety of techniques including the following:
1) biofeedback,
2) muscle relaxation,
3) meditation,
4) cognitive behavior modification, and
5) imagery.

Companies offer stress management training to primarily white-collar workers as a preventative measure.