Mental Health Week (8-14 October 2017) aims to promote the importance of mental health and wellbeing and reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. Get involved and learn more about what your workplace can, and should, be doing to reduce the risks of psychological illness or injury.
Workers who get back to safe work as soon as possible recover more quickly than those who wait until they are fully recovered.
Regardless of whether you own or rent, you should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits.
There are serious electrical safety risks in ceiling spaces. Whether you are a homeowner or a tradie, there is one simple thing you can do to make it safer before you go up into the ceiling space – turn off all the main power switches at the switchboard.
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- 29 June 2015
Register now for Safe Work Month 2017 events
Register to attend Safe Work Month breakfast forums being held this October and hear from Mental Health Ambassador, Libby Trickett, keynote speaker and futurist, Charles Brass and ACT Australia, presenting an interactive case study and workshop.