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Healthy workers initiative

  • What is a healthy workplace?
  • Benefits of investing in work health
  • Research to support business case for work health

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Work health and wellbeing toolkit

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The Work health and wellbeing toolkit(PDF, 1755.55 KB) is designed to assist businesses to improve business systems that influence work health and wellbeing.




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Work related Violence

Work-related violence is any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work.

Examples of work-related violence include:

  • biting, spitting, scratching, hitting, kicking

  • throwing objects

  • pushing, shoving, tripping, grabbing

  • verbal threats

  • armed robbery

  • sexual assault

  • attacking with knives, guns, clubs, or any type of weapon.

Workers can be exposed to work-related violence from a range of sources.

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Work related Bullying

What is workplace bullying?

Workplace bullying is defined as repeated and unreasonable behaviour directed towards a worker or a group of workers, that creates a risk to health and safety.

Repeated behaviour refers to the persistent nature of the behaviour and can involve a range of behaviours over time.

Unreasonable behaviour means behaviour that a reasonable person, having considered the circumstances, would see as unreasonable, including behaviour that is victimising, humiliating, intimidating or threatening.


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For further information contact psychologicalhealth@oir.qld.gov.au.



                                                        

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