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People at Work

In Queensland, the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 requires employers, so far as is reasonably practicable, to provide and maintain a working environment that is safe and without risks to health, including psychological health.

People at Work is a psychosocial risk assessment process. It aims to help organisations identify and manage workplace risks to the psychological health of all the people who work in the organisation.

People at Work provides organisations with access to:

  • a reliable and valid psychosocial risk assessment tool
  • resources to support organisations implementing a psychosocial risk management approach and evaluating the effectiveness of chosen interventions.

Overview of People at Work

Learn more about People at Work and why you need to manage risks to workers psychological health.

Background to People at Work

Find out more about the background to People at Work, the People at Work research project and gain access to the research reports.

People at Work tools and resources

Get all the tools and resources you need to administer the People at Work psychosocial risk assessment in your organisation.

People at Work case studies

Hear more about the experiences of organisations that have implemented People at Work as part of their health and safety strategy.

Share your story

Get in contact with us and share your experience in implementing People at Work in your organisation.

Last updated
16 October 2017

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