workplace health & safety.
A physical and mental healthy workplace drives performance.
reduction in absences with a good WHS programme (OSHA).
A strong workplace health and safety program is essential for a successful and productive work environment.
Companies with a focus on employee well-being experience increased employee satisfaction, engagement, and productivity, while also reducing absenteeism and turnover.
Strong workplace health and safety practices can not only help minimise workplace accidents, illnesses, and injuries, which can result in legal issues and costs, reduced employee motivation, and decreased productivity. Companies that prioritise workplace health and safety demonstrate their commitment to their employees and improve their reputation, attracting top talent.
workplace health & safety strategy.
A comprehensive workplace health and safety strategy should be tailored to meet the unique needs of each organisation, as each context differs. At the core of any effective strategy are three fundamental elements: purpose, thinking, and action. Our proven methodologies are designed to help turn your goals into tangible results.
Our approach to workplace health and safety strategy is informed by the latest research, including thought leaders in the field of workplace health and safety, with connections with organisations such as Edith Cowan University’s Centre for Work + Wellbeing, and with access to some of Australia’s best workplace health and safety expertise.
We offer a range of custom strategic interventions, all based on cutting edge research and practice.
workplace health and safety training.
Workplace health and safety training is essential to creating a safe and healthy work environment for all involved in a safe system of work (physical and psychosocial). This includes Officers, Workers, Others and everyone involved in the workplace, as defined by WHS legislation.
By providing all those involved in WHS systems with the knowledge and skills needed to recognize and mitigate workplace hazards, training is fundamental to creating a healthy workplace, and also meeting obligations.
We deliver in-house and online training for:
– Boards and committees;
– Executives and Management (including Officers);
– Supervisors and Workers;
– Volunteers and others.
Our training can be adapted to focus on legislation, obligations, psychosocial safety and risk, and is designed to be practical and engaging.
psychosocial risk assessment.
Australian legislative changes have put psychosocial safety front and centre on the agenda. A psychosical risk assessment is a vital process as it helps organisations identify and manage potential sources of psychological harm in the workplace.
This includes factors such as work-related stress, bullying, and harassment, which can have a negative impact on employees’ mental health and well-being. By conducting a psychosocial risk assessment, organisations can gain a better understanding of the potential sources of harm and take steps to mitigate them, thus reducing the risk of harm to employees and improving the overall health and safety of the workplace.
This proactive approach can also help organisations comply with workplace health and safety legislation, and is a key indicator of an Officer of an organisation discharging their due diligence obligations.
We have performed psychosocial risk assessments for some of Western Australia’s largest organisations and use evidence-based assessments to do so.