Tools and resources
Find out about the work health and safety requirements for managing psychological hazards, including your duties under the law, and what legislation and codes of practice apply.
Workplace bullying is defined as repeated and unreasonable behaviour directed towards a worker or a group of workers that creates a risk to health and safety. Find out the types of behaviours that could be considered bullying, and what constitutes reasonable management action.
In a work context, fatigue is a state of mental and/or physical exhaustion which reduces a person’s ability to perform work safely and effectively. Find out about the causes and effects of fatigue, and how both workers and employers can better manage their fatigue levels.
Work-related stress may arise from the design and management of work. Find out what is and isn’t work-related stress and the potential health effects it can have on workers.
Violence at work is any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work. Find out how to manage the risk of work-related violence, and how to respond if an incident occurs.
People at Work is a psychosocial risk assessment process. It measures how different workplace characteristics influence worker health and well-being, focusing particularly on risks to psychological health.
Libby Trickett is the Queensland Mental Health Ambassador. Hear Libby’s story and find out more about being mentally healthy at work.
- Last updated
- 16 October 2017
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