General Workplace Safety
A physical hazard is defined as “a factor within the environment that can harm the body without necessarily touching it.”
At GB we recognise the importance for employers to reduce physical hazards in the workplace.
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- Chronic Pain: How Employers Can Support Employees Living with Chronic Pain – This article discusses how employers can support employees experiencing chronic pain and some effective strategies to assist workplaces to create a supportive environment.
- Fatigue Creeping Up on Tired Workers – This article discusses how encouraging staff to get a good nights’ sleep is one of the most effective ways to reduce workplace fatigue, improving workplace health and safety.
- Management’s Role in Promoting A Positive Health and Safety Culture – This article discusses how Managers across all levels of seniority, have a vital role in the promotion of a positive health and safety culture in the workplace.
- Hearing protection – This article provides seven easy ways to help you protect your employees against hearing damage.
- Eyestrain at work – In this article, we discuss the factors causing eyestrain at work, signs and symptoms and a guideline to prevent digital eye strain.
- Burnout – This article outlines the steps your organisation can take to reduce employee burnout.
- The sleep-exercise cycle – This article discusses the importance of sleep and exercise for your employees.
- Maintaining engagement with injured workers – This article provides tips to help you maintain engagement with your injured worker.
- Chronic pain – This article discusses the signs and symptoms of chronic pain and how employers can help.
- Employee recovery – This article provides some tips from WorkSafe to get your employee back to work.
- Workplace fatigue – In this article, we discuss the most common reasons for the mid-afternoon slump and what tips you and your employees can take to beat the impending fog.
- Creating an Autism-Friendly Workplace and Culture – Below we’ve outlined eight strategies that can assist you to create an autism-friendly working environment and culture.