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Providing a Mentally Healthy Workplace - New Infographic


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"Providing a mentally healthy workplace not only protects workers from psychological harm, it positively enhances their mental health and can improve business productivity" - safe work australia

safe work australia has released an updated infographic showing key data on the rate, type and causes of mental health issues in the workplace, to help focus on how to reduce these statistics.

The infographic can be downloaded from the safe work australia website.

Additional resources are available from the safe work australia website including National guidance material "Work-related psychological health and safety - A systematic approach to meeting your duties" released January 2019

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Another Group of Happy SHREPS

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We had a large group of elected Safety Representatives successfully complete their 5 day Introductory SHREP course and 2 day refreshers last week.  Many thanks to all the trainers for making this course so interesting, practical and fun.  Best aspects of the course according to two of our participants - "Dynamically presented - good array of talking/video/group activities" - CG  "Simon's jokes! No, the amount of information and the fact that all presenters really know their stuff"- CS

 

For more information and dates or to book into one of SHREP courses click here.

 

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$37,000 for rural businesses hiring an apprentice

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If you own a business in a rural or regional area, you may be eligible for up to $37,000 in wage subsidies for employing an apprentice.  The recently announced $60m Australian Apprentice Wage Subsidy (AAWS) targets regional and rural small businesses that may be eligible for a wage subsidy of up to $37,000 for employing an apprentice.  More information is available here or call Chris Turner, local Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Provider at AMA, 9 Craigie Street, Bunbury 1800 808 568.

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