These case studies demonstrate how organisations have identified and managed workplace factors that impact on workers’ mental health.
Engineering firm puts #HANDSUP for mental health
G&S Engineering is encouraging people to talk about mental health, and put their hands up if they know someone, or if they are someone, who has experienced mental health issues.
Supporting mentally healthy workplaces
The Sunshine Coast Council launched its FRESHminds program to promote a mentally healthy workplace.
Implementing a flexible working environment
In order to improve productivity, save costs and improve working conditions, the Australian Bureau of Statistics is implementing a Flexible Working Environment strategy. The approaches used successfully apply the principles of good work design ...
Reducing mental disorders
Mental disorders (also known as psychological injuries) arising from stress in the workplace have become an increasingly important concern for workers, businesses and the general community. Work-related stress claims accounted for an average of 95 per cent of mental disorder claims over the ...
Management of fatigue risks
The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (the Bureau) is Australia's national weather, climate and water agency. It has over 1700 geographically dispersed staff providing surveillance, forecasts and warning services 24 hours a day, every day of the year. These services ...
- Last updated
- 06 December 2018
Lend Lease reaps benefit of helping motivated injured workers recover at work
Property and infrastructure group, Lend Lease is giving injured workers a new lease on life and rehabilitating them back to work sooner through WorkCover Queensland's Recover at Work host employment program.