Workplace health and safety

Atlas Steels’ post incident safety revamp

Atlas Steels’ post incident safety revamp

When Mark Ellis, a warehouse operations clerk for Atlas Steels, suffered a serious leg injury that resulted from an incident at its Ingleburn Service Centre, the business vowed it wanted to prevent this type of incident from reoccurring.

'Work is fast becoming the leading cause of stress'

'Work is fast becoming the leading cause of stress'

Poor leadership, low wage growth and 24/7 workplace connectivity contribute to Australia’s growing mental health crisis

Heinz Wattie appears in court after employee is burnt

Heinz Wattie appears in court after employee is burnt

'These vats had reached boiling point on many occasions, putting workers at risk of serious harm'

Stressed employees are costing employers billions

Stressed employees are costing employers billions

More than 70% of employees spend at least an hour thinking of stressors

Restaurant fined $62K after worker falls into vat of hot water

Restaurant fined $62K after worker falls into vat of hot water

The hot bath was meant for thawing out frozen food packages

How can HR build resilience in the workplace?

How can HR build resilience in the workplace?

'There is often a reluctance to share feelings of stress or not being able to cope in the workplace, because of the stigma attached'