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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.
Short on time? Want to kick-start the health and wellbeing of your workplace? Check out our Top 10 Quick wins and get on your way.
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.
Smoking is considered the largest single preventable cause of death and disease in Australia. It affects almost all of the organs in the body and causes cancer, heart disease, respiratory disease and many other damaging and potentially fatal conditions. There are also proven risks to non-smokers from being exposed to tobacco smoke, known as passive smoking.
12.5% of West Australians over the age of 18 smoke on a daily basis. More than 1,500 West Australians die each year from smoking-related causes. That’s more than four West Aussies per day.
Smoking can result in many health issues that lead to time off work and increased use of medical services. Research shows workers who smoke can cost businesses in terms of lost productivity due to smoking breaks and sick leave.
Did you know? Manufacturing, transport and storage, and accommodation and restaurants have the highest industry smoking rates.
In Western Australia, the Tobacco Products Control Act (2006) and related regulations prevent people from smoking in enclosed public places. The Occupational Safety and Health Regulations (1996) prohibit employers, workers and self-employed persons smoking in enclosed workplaces, including in a vehicle.
Smoke-free workplaces can result in a range of business benefits, including:
Take a look at our smoke-free resources. They are designed to help you create a smoke-free workplace;
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.
Apply today, be a leader in your field and show your competitors you care about the health and wellbeing of your staff.