Your safety toolkit
From drug and alcohol policy to working-from-home guides, we've pulled together some of the key workplace health and safety info for you.
Aggression and violence
Training staff on how to deal with violent and aggressive customers can help to diffuse a potentially violent situation.
Inductions are particularly important for new employees or contractors, who have a higher risk of injury than other staff.
Working from home
Download our working-from-home packet, which includes a checklist, advice to managers and staff, hazard identification and incident reporting procedure forms, an ergonomic self-check, and an IT equipment check out form,
There are a number of legal obligations and requirements for employers controlling or managing enclosed smoker spaces.
Employers and supervisors should be aware of the dangers of fatigue, which is a growing workplace hazard.
WA hosts some of the most extreme heat on the planet, but even mild summer days can cause heat stress or even heatstroke. Our guide runs through an employer's obligations when the heat rises.