Mental health

Safe Work Australia has awarded the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University a grant valued at $373,762.

Watch Safe Work Australia CEO, Michelle Baxter deliver a keynote presentation at Comcare’s national forum on sexual harassment.

Under the model WHS laws, a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must manage the risk of psychosocial hazards in the workplace.  

Professor Parker discusses the principles of good work design, why they are important, and how we can use them to make workplaces safer and improve workers’ wellbeing.

This infographic shows how to apply the four step risk management process to prevent work-related psychosocial injury and illness.

Workplace bullying remains a serious problem in many Australian workplaces, costing individuals and organisations in poor productivity, absenteeism and mental stress. 

While we’ve come a long way in ensuring physical health and safety is a normal part of how we work, our next challenge is to ensure mental health is given the same priority.

This infographic shows how to apply the risk management process to manage psychosocial hazards

Dr Way closely explains what “reasonably practicable” really means when it comes to ensuring psychological health in the workplace by addressing each of the five relevant matters listed in the WHS

When it comes to psychological health and safety, employers can often be confused about their responsibilities.