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Work health & safety

Maximise success through workplace wellbeing

While psychological (mental) health plays an essential role in creating an overall culture Health and Safety (WHS) involves managing risks to the physical health and safety of everyone in your workplace.

This is a very important part of running a business – especially within specific industries.

To understand the work health and safety requirements that apply to your business,
a complete outline of WHS and what it means for your business.

Work health & safety in Victoria

When planning for WHS in your business locally, you will need to refer to the following:

WorkSafe Victoria – regulatory body

WorkSafe is Victoria’s workplace health and safety regulator.

They also provide access to licenses and registrations along with being the workplace injury insurer.

Use the WorkSafe website as a key reference for understanding your legal obligations, responsibilities and duties in Victoria.

Their website has useful links to the most recent data and information as well as alerts and updates on current issues within workplace safety and health.

It is helpful to familiarise yourself with the website and refer to it as part of your scheduled business operations along with subscribing to the WorkSafe for regular updates.

There are many references to help with mental health, however if anyone’s life is in immediate danger, call emergency services on triple zero (000) or visit the closest hospital Emergency Department (both 24-hr services)

Health and wellbeing Regulations and permits

Frequently asked questions

We’ve compiled a list of common enquiries along with some helpful information and solutions.

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