Safe Work Environments
Employers have a legal and professional responsibility to provide employees with safe working conditions.
GB recognises the importance of this and has provided guidelines to assist employers to maintain a safe working environment.
Follow the links below to find out more about:
- Smartphones at work – This article discusses the risks associated with smartphones in the workplace and the strategies for addressing these risks.
- Safety training for millennials – In this article, we discuss how you can make your organisation’s WHS training relevant to millennials so your organisation can make safety more accessible.
- Volunteering and WHS – This article discusses tips to ensure the health and safety of your workforce when volunteering.
- Health and safety during Halloween – This article provides some helpful tips for ensuring safe working conditions during Halloween.
- Health and safety during Christmas – In this article, we’ve outlined the risks associated with the festive season, your responsibilities as an employer, and some tips to help make sure everyone has a Christmas party to remember, for the right reasons.
- Puppies in the office – In this article, we outline the benefits and risks, as well as some strategies, for ensuring puppy day in the office is a good experience for everyone involved.
- Liability for an injury during a workplace sport or wellbeing activity – This article provides a short guide to help you, the employer, know when you might be liable for an injury during a wellbeing activity.
- How Hospitals can Manage and Reduce Occupational Violence – This article discusses occupational violence in the healthcare industry and provides a strategy for violence management and minimisation.
Read more about implementing safe work environments in our blog.