In 1987, 209 people lost their lives at work. In 2015, 28 years later, 193 people lost their lives. It’s true that the number of deaths is stable over these 28 years. It is also true that as a percentage of the working population the figures identify a decrease. What’s not true is that the[…]
How many Glib statement can you remember about positive thinking?”Expect something good to happen to you today””Straight roads do not make skill full drivers””No matter what the situation remember you still have a choice””Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain”.”A strong, positive self-image is the best possible[…]
Christmas can be a challenging time for our stress levels and it’s even harder for those of us with mental ill-health.
So many things that are part of our routines and we take for granted become disrupted by the change of pace in our lives. […]
I will write briefly about anxiety, then write about suicide. I will share with you the people willing to help you if you are concerned about yourself, or someone around you.
R U OK? Day is a national day of action dedicated to inspiring all Australians to ask Other people around them, ‘Are you ok?’
We know its tough being on workers comp. We know people who struggle and who have had those dark thoughts. Today is the day to shine a light on others around us and ask them R U OK? You might have a mate at the station, or the mother at your child school Today make a commitment to ask them R U OK? it can make all the difference. R U OK? website […]
The definition of work place violence includes bullying and harassment.
Professor Duncan Chappell from the University of Sydney’s criminology department confirms what we have long known. that work place violence is a spectrum of behaviours which has at one end bullying and the other end homicide. […]