Health and Safety for Remote Workforces
Working alone can increase the likelihood of some workplace hazards or risks occurring and in those cases where incidents do occur, the consequences can be more severe.
GB understands these risks and has prepared some guides to assist you in supporting your remote workforce.
Follow the links below to find out more about:
- The Rising Threat of Silicosis for Australian Workers – To help protect yourself and your employees, we’ve outlined the dangers of silicosis, what it means for your organisation and helpful steps that can be used to prevent exposure to this dust disease.
- Silicosis: What You Need to Know – Most of the infected are construction workers that have been exposed to the dust in some way, and the proper precautions have not been taken to prevent infection.
- Tips to ensure your employee’s wellbeing away from the office – With employees increasingly working from home permanently or intermittently, this article provides you with an overview to help you get the most out of your remote workforce.
- The risks and hazards of working alone – This article discusses a systematic approach to help you to identify risks and eliminate hazards for your remote workforce.