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 online planning tool helps workers stay comfortable and safe from the effects of the summer environment. These can include extreme weather, sun exposure, heat, bushfires or smoke. Plan for where, how, and when workers perform their duties and help them make quick decisions when faced with changes in weather conditions.
The latest WHS Radar from the Centre for Work Health and Safety NSW reveal an increasing level of psychosocial harm in the workplace and an increase in flexible work is seeing benefits for worker mental health and increased feelings of isolation simultaneously.
This kit helps leaders in the manufacturing sector manage workplace mental health, including meeting their legal requirements, and identifying and managing common risk factors.
The New South Wales Government has implemented the Work Health and Safety Amendment Regulation 2022 under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, with effect from 1 October 2022. This includes the introduction of regulations defining psychosocial hazard and risk and legal obligations to manage.
This new free digital Workplace Wellbeing Assessment tool from the New South Wales Government will reveal how your business is performing in areas critical to workplace mental health based on insights from your leaders and workers, including leadership and culture, and provide tailored actions to improve your workplace.
Here2Talk is a free and confidential phone support line to help manage workplace stress. Employees and employers can use this service, which is ideal for businesses without an HR department or Employee Assistance Program. Help your employees feel supported in the workplace by letting them know they can speak to someone at Hear2Talk on 1300 428 255.
Regional and remote businesses face unique challenges that impact workplace mental health.This NSW Government resource kit has tailored advice and resources for regional businesses to promote, manage and support mental health at work.
These businesses have taken part in free mental health training. Listen to what they learned and the positive impacts they are experiencing, including better workplace culture, improved work-life balance, increased productivity and reduced staff leave.