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Learn about the risks of smoking and how to become a smoke free workplace.
Learn about healthy eating and drinking and how to encourage healthy eating at work.
Learn about the effects of alcohol and how to better manage alcohol in the workplace.
Learn about the importance of being physically active and how to support workers to reduce sedentary behaviour
Learn about the importance of creating a mentally healthy workplace and where to find more information.
A health and wellbeing program can boost productivity and help staff to be happier and healthier at work and at home.
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Develop policies, create work environments that support health & wellbeing, and educate your staff to adopt healthy attitudes and behaviours.
Resources to help you kick-start your program, including how to gain management support and consult with staff.
Resources to help you implement your program, including policy templates, strategies and program promotion ideas.
Resources to help you evaluate your program, including sample questions.
Tools to support you to run an effective workplace health program, including case studies.
Tools to assist in promoting healthy messages to workers
Free or low cost services to help you tackle everything from how to reduce sitting to what’s in the office vending machine.
Alcohol is the most widely used mood changing drug in Australia and can result in a range of physical, emotional and social harms. Alcohol is toxic to the body and there are many short term and long term effects that can impact heavily on your health.
There are minimum requirements under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Please see WorkSafe WA's Guidance note on alcohol and other drugs at the workplace for more information.
Did you know that 1 in 5 Australian adults drink at levels that are harmful to their health?
Reducing alcohol-related harm has considerable economic benefits to workplaces. Australian research estimates some of the economic costs of alcohol use and related harm to Australian workplaces:
With one in five Australian adults drinking at levels that are dangerous to their health, it is important for workplaces to actively manage alcohol in the workplace. It is best practice to be an alcohol-free workplace, however this may not be possible for all workplaces. In all instances, clear guidelines should be developed to ensure staff understand your organisation's stance on alcohol. Workplaces can play a vital role in supporting staff with their alcohol issues through providing education and counselling services such as an Employee Assistance Program.
Even though alcohol may not be available in the workplace, it may be present at work-related functions or social events. At these events, the employer still has a duty of care to ensure the health and safety of their workers. For further information, check out the Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health Risks from Drinking Alcohol.Take a look at our latest clip for tips to cut back on alcohol in the workplace: Toolbox video #5: Cutting back on the booze.
Short on time? Want to kick-start your health and wellbeing journey? Check out the Top 10 Quick Wins and get on your way.
Develop polices, create work environments that support health & wellbeing and educate your staff to adopt healthy attitudes and behaviours.
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