A series of free online wellbeing modules called ‘Calmer Farmer’ for injured farmers and growers to understand and track their own wellbeing and risks of accidents on the job.
Designed in conjunction with icare and Griffith University, the free Respect & Resilience Program supports employers and workers to minimise the impact of customer misbehaviour. The program teaches front line workers to identify the signs of misbehaviour early and provides the skills to prevent someone escalating to those higher levels.
This website provides comprehensive information and resources to help businesses fulfil their obligations and create respectful workplaces, free from harassment.
Health and Wellbeing Queensland have launched a new Healthy Workplaces website in partnership with Office of Industrial Relations, Public Service Commission, Queensland Mental Health Commission and Queensland Health to share knowledge and resources and collaborate on future initiatives.
SO 45003: Psychological health and safety at work is an internationally recognised standard for psychological injury prevention. This FREE foundation course will teach you everything you need to know about the standard including practical implementation.
Use this free, confidential 15min module to check-in on your wellbeing, get tips on managing your mental health and make your own self-care action plan during these challenging times.
Online courses including - Responding to someone experiencing domestic and family violence, Safety Planning & Risk Management (DFV) Training, Domestic and Family Violence Training.
These free online resources have been developed by Beyond Blue to increase understanding of mental health in the workplace and provide practical strategies to support you. Each resource takes up to 20 minutes to complete and can be used on desktop computers, laptops, and tablets. Some of the resources are also Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) which means they can be imported into your Learning Management System (LMS) if you have one.
This course is designed for those who want practical guidance on how to conduct a psychosocial risk assessment. It will teach you how to meet your legal obligations where they exist and how to address important requirements of ISO 45003:2021.