Bullying can cause both psychological and physical harm, making it a risk to health and safety.
Under model WHS laws, persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) must manage the health and safety risks of workplace bullying.
The eSafety website also has lots of tips for staying safe online:
eSafety’s responding to cyber abuse guide provides a visual breakdown of proactive strategies to take if you encounter various forms of cyber abuse.
Image-based abuse explains what to do when an intimate image has been shared without consent.
Domestic and family violence has advice on how to deal with online abuse when it is part of domestic and family violence.
eSafety Women offers targeted tips on how to stay safe online, including a Technology check-up to help you understand and control how your information is shared. Women Influencing Tech Spaces (WITS) also includes information about how to build your psychological armour online.
eSafety’s Tech trends and challenges position statements, which provides information on the latest information, technological developments and global trends.