Health and wellbeing at work

Healthy diet and lifestyle

Workers in the construction industry are at a significantly greater risk of health problems than workers in other industries. Read more about Healthy diet and lifestyle

Mental wellbeing and suicide prevention

Employers and workers in the construction industry benefit from gaining strategies that promote and support mental wellbeing. Read more about Mental wellbeing and suicide prevention

Safe work method statements

A Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) documents a process for identifying and controlling health and safety hazards and risks. PCBU must prepare a safe work method statement prior to commencing any high risk construction work. Read more about Safe work method statements

Site specific induction

A person must have a site-specific induction before starting construction work (other than housing construction work). Read more about Site specific induction

WHS management plans

A construction workplace plan can assist principal contractors to manage their workplace health and safety obligations. Read more about WHS management plans

Work-related stress

Information about what is, and what is not, work-related stress. Read more about Work-related stress

Health and wellbeing at work

Well designed and well managed workplaces can play a beneficial role in promoting worker health and wellbeing, minimising avoidable ill health, and facilitating faster recovery and return to work after injury or illness. Read more about Health and wellbeing at work

Mental health forum presentations

Mining and construction employers benefited from access to a range of tools, resources and experience at WorkCover Queensland’s mental health forum. The presentations are available. Read more about Mental health forum presentations

Last updated
02 May 2017