Mental health at work
Mental Health Week 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.
This toolkit provides practical tools and resources for employers, managers and leaders to create workplaces that are mentally healthy.
Through the implementation of this action plan, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland aims to build industry capacity to identify and manage work-related psychological hazards.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland works collaboratively with a range of Queensland mental health providers to identify key challenges and solutions delivering services across Queensland. Find out more about the workplace programs and resources that are available to enhance workplace mental health.
A range of case studies are available demonstrating how organisations have identified and managed workplace factors that impact on workers mental health.
This section provides a range of tools and resources related to the workplace factors that impact on worker mental health such as work-related bullying, stress, fatigue and violence. Also includes People at Work - a psychosocial risk assessment process.
- Last updated
- 16 October 2017
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