This standard by BSI (UK) provides guidance on how to support employees who menstruate and experience menopause symptoms. Perimenopause and menopause can have huge impacts on a person's ability to work, and cause them to face stigma and not get the support they need to fully undertake their job.
WHS Regulations on managing psychosocial hazards for the Comcare jurisdiction will come into effect 1 April 2023. They define important terms including ‘psychosocial hazard’ and ‘psychosocial risk’ and identify matters employers should consider when managing these risks.
A practical guide on how to prevent harm from psychosocial hazards at work, including psychological and physical harm.
The Queensland Government have released the Work Health and Safety (Psychosocial risks) Amendment Regulation 2022 to be enacted in early 2023
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.