29 Sep 2021
Every year quad bikes are a major cause of death and serious injury in rural workplaces. Think safe, work safe, be safe on the farm.
Australians are increasingly working to older ages. In 2020-21, Australians aged 65 and over had a workforce participation rate of 14.8% compared with 6.0% in 2000-01. As the composition of workplaces changes so too can the safety risks and hazards. Have you reviewed your control measures lately to keep your workers’ safe?
Young workers, due to their inexperience in the workplace, may not notice when a situation becomes dangerous. They may also be less sure about asking questions or raising safety concerns. Think safe, work safe, be safe by ensuring all workers know how to stay safe and healthy in the workplace.
Part-time, casual, contract and labour hire workers are likely to have differing work schedules and differing levels of experience. These workers need a safety induction too so they can think safe, work safe, be safe.
Your workplace may have workers who do not speak English as their first language. Have you thought about the best way to communicate health and safety messages in your workplace? Think safe, work safe, be safe this October and talk openly with your workers about health and safety concerns and work together to find solutions.
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This fact sheet provides information for employers on duties under work health and safety (WHS) laws to manage the risk of online abuse in the workplace.
This fact sheet provides information for workers on rights and duties under work health and safety (WHS) laws and what to do if you experience online abuse in the workplace.
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