Bullying at work is a major problem in Australia and New Zealand, impacting over 50% of the workforce at some point in their careers.
It is important for employers to identify, take action and monitor bullying in their own workplaces to ensure it doesn’t affect their business.
This free Workplace Bullying eBook is a quick guide for managers. It contains all of the laws and reforms you need to know, strategies to control and stop the issue, and a checklist you can use to create a simple and effective anti-bullying policy in your own workplace.Download
Working alone, remote and isolated work refers to work that is isolated from the assistance of other persons because of the location, time or nature of the work.
This eBook identifies general hazards involved in these working circumstances, helps you to understand your obligations, and provides practical tools to manage the risk.Download
Workplace stress costs Australian businesses $10.11 billion per year due to stress related absences from work.
This eBook explains how to identify workplace stress in your organisation and presents practical tips and tools to identify, manage and prevent workplace stress.Download
Independent contracting and remote work is increasing in Australia and New Zealand. If you employ a contractor, you must ensure your WHS policies are updated to cover your business.
This eBook is designed as a practical resource to help employers and workers understand their WHS obligations. Importantly, it also provides broad recommendations to consider as part of a workforce compliance program.Download
On-hire contractors are workers who are outsourced for short or long-term work. There can be multiple parties involved in these arrangements, which make safety responsibilities even more complex.
This eBook carefully outlines work health and safety obligations and responsibilities for this workforce classification, and is an ideal resource to collaboratively educate and inform each party of their role and to help employers define systems of work.Download
Young workers aged 15-24 are a large part of the workforce in Australia.
This group has a high risk of being injured at work due to lack of experience and maturity. In Australia, work related injury and illness of young workers costs $12 billion per year.
This eBook highlights the issues in young worker safety. It includes simple, fast and effective tools to help employers keep this demographic safe, reduce injury rates and keep compensation premiums down.Download