Build safety and recovery and RTW capability in your business by improving skills and motivation within your organisation.
- Support workers to be proactive and engaged in all aspects of work health and safety (WHS). Engaged workers apply procedures and practices more effectively, resulting in reduced risk and control of hazards before they cause harm.
- Promote and engage in WHS programs and initiatives to encourage learning and improved safety capability.
- Share your vision for a supportive workplace where injured workers are front and centre of their recovery and return to work.
- Take a person-centred approach to recovery and return to work by providing support that recognises an injured worker’s individual needs. Collaborate with the injured worker and ask them about their goals, concerns and possible solutions.
Workers safety promotion and participation
Worker behaviours demonstrating safety capability include promoting and engaging in work health and safety (WHS) programs and initiatives.
Worker mindful compliance
Workers engaged in all aspects of work health and safety (WHS) will be more effective at reducing risk and controlling hazards.
Worker mistake-oriented proactivity and error management
Support workers to prevent incidents, correct errors, solve safety-related problems and encourage learning from each other.
View the Resources page for information and tips on how to improve your systems and processes to build your safety capability and understand your legal obligations.