This kit is designed to help leaders in the sector understand common psychosocial risk factors, such as remote and isolated work, and low recognition or reward, and suggestions on how to manage them.
This kit helps leaders in the manufacturing sector manage workplace mental health, including meeting their legal requirements, and identifying and managing common risk factors.
Tumu Timbers in Hastings takes a very broad view of workplace wellbeing – it wants the best for its employees, whānau and community.
Cadell Food Service joined the Achievement Program in 2018, and with support from the health promotion officer at Echuca Regional Health has implemented evidence-based change for all five program health areas – healthy eating, physical activity, mental health and wellbeing, smoking, and alcohol and other drugs.
This series of short films focus on how workers can improve their health and wellbeing by making small changes and healthy lifestyle choices to improve fatigue and stress.
Regson Fabrication is a small steel fabrication business with a strong commitment to workplace health and wellbeing. The Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital site is one of their larger projects, where they have influenced Lendlease and subcontractors with their health and wellbeing initiatives.
Since the inception of the health and wellbeing program at CUB, the value of health and wellbeing in the workplace has been recognised as integral to assisting with increased employee engagement and morale, and encouraging health seeking behaviour.
This case study of Noja Power, a Queensland based company who are manufacturers of high voltage switch gear with approximately 200 employees, showcases the power of leadership support. Recent accolades include Safe Work QLD winners for Best Health and Wellbeing strategy (2019).