Healthy workplaces

Did you know that we spend about a third of our lives at work? Healthy workplaces matter because work can have a significant impact on our health and wellbeing, and can be a positive contributor to our health. A healthy workplace takes into consideration the impact that the workplace culture, work environment and type of work can have on the health, safety and wellbeing of workers.

A healthy workplace benefits both the business and workers through reduced injuries, improved productivity and a more supported, engaged and motivated workforce. It benefits everyone. It places high importance on safety, the management of injuries if they occur, workplace mental health and emotional wellbeing and has a particular focus on new or young workers who may be at higher risk of injury.

The following sections will assist you in the creation of healthy workplaces and includes information, tools and resources in the key areas of injury prevention, injury management, mentally healthy workplaces, employee assistance programs and young workers.


Injury Prevention

Support for businesses that experience higher claims costs or higher rates of work injuries than other businesses in their industry.


Injury management

Our self assessment checklist allows businesses to quickly assess their injury management systems and processes, identify areas where improvements can be made and provide practical next steps.


Healthy Workplaces Service

Our Healthy Workplaces Service provides tailored advice and support for businesses at higher risk of work injuries.


Mentally healthy workplaces

Access information, tools, resources and case studies to assist businesses in creating a mentally healthy workplace.


Employee Assistance Programs

Learn about the benefits of employee assistance programs (EAP) and where you can find out more about EAP providers.


Young workers

Information for young workers, their parents, and employers to help young workers to stay safe at work.