As flu season approaches, businesses are being urged to take steps to protect their workplaces from illness.
For many years, organisations have struggled with the notion of implementing and achieving a 'good safety culture'. So, what does this mean?
The first independent Work Health and Safety Prosecutor has just been appointed in Queensland.
A free health and lifestyle assessment service has been provided to Victorian farmers and agricultural workers.
One-third of emergency services personnel are experiencing high or very high psychological distress, according to a new study.
A new guide to using humour in the workplace uses the latest research to ensure nobody is harmed by offensive jokes.
Australian basketballer Lauren Jackson has signed on as an ambassador for WorkSafe Victoria's Health and Safety Month this October.
Work-related stress is known to have a significant impact on the mental health of workers, in some cases leading to psychological injury.
Workplaces can actively try and improve the mental health of employees, with programs aimed specifically at reducing stigma around mental health issues.
A campaign launched by beyondblue has been designed to help businesses create mentally healthy workplaces.
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Rural and remote Australians are less likely to recognise the signs of mental illness, according to new research.
Research suggests that being stressed at work is associated with a 48% higher risk of a heart rhythm disorder called atrial fibrillation.
Research from the Workplace Wellbeing report shows that programs need to be more meaningful than just 'work perks' to improve employee wellbeing.
A well-designed working layout and 'green' working environment can increase organisational productivity by 19%, according to new research.