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Children and young people in the workplace are especially vulnerable when it comes to safety; when they enter a workplace a person conducting a business or undertaking is responsible.
Providing a mentally healthy workplace not only protects workers from psychological harm, it positively enhances their mental health and can improve business productivity.
Emergency services workers operate in challenging environments, dealing with violence, distress and often death. Since 2003 that work environment has claimed the life of 47 first responders.
Serious injuries are an ongoing issue in the workplace. They can impose devastating impacts on workers and sometimes preclude them from ever re-entering the workforce. This infographic highlights some of the effects serious injuries have on workers.
This infographic is based on the latest data from worker fatalities and workers’ compensation claims, and includes statistics on the nature, circumstances and main causes of injuries and fatalities in this industry.
Agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries to work in. In 2015–16, the agriculture industry made up 2.3% of the workforce, but accounted for 23% of worker fatalities.
This infographic looks at the key factors attributed to serious claims by healthcare professionals, so that we can focus on how to reduce these statistics.
Presenting some of the key data on bullying and violence in Australian workplaces, this infographic demonstrates the connection between harassment, bullying and violence and work-related mental disorders.
The combination of hazards including remote and isolated work, makes agriculture one of the most dangerous industries in which to work.