Help me prevent injuries in the workplace
Knowledge articles and case studies to help you reduce injuries in your workplace and keep your people safer.
News 20 Feb
Making a difference with mental health first aid
Mental health is becoming an increasingly important topic when it comes to keeping your people safe at work.Read more
Working with a treating doctor
This article provides tips to help you communicate and work effectively with your treating doctor to get better outcomes, and some of the ways that icare can help.
Read case studies of several NSW businesses who have taken steps to create and maintain safe and healthy workplaces. These include the stories of several companies who have won icare Aware Awards for excellence in injury prevention, including brewing company Stone & Wood, elevator and lift manufacturer Kone, machinery manufacturer Komatsu and meat processor Teys Australia.
Employer and business obligations
Information from SafeWork NSW on the legal obligations of employers or businesses under work health and safety laws. The article provides a summary of what a ‘person conducting a business or undertaking’ must do under work health and safety legislation including managing risks and hazards.Read more
Supporting mental health at work
How employers can increase productivity by building a psychologically-healthy work culture. This article explores what it means to be a mentally-healthy workplace and outlines some of the steps that large, medium and small businesses can take.
Read article on supporting mental health
Managing an ageing workforce
Many employers face challenges around how to most effectively manage older workers. This article explores some of the issues around managing an ageing workforce and some of the ways that businesses can support older workers to return to work.
Read managing an ageing workforce article
Mental health at work
A website from SafeWork NSW with resources to help managers and workers to build mentally healthy workplaces. It includes information on mental health at work for managers and workers, a mental health capability check, and access to free SafeWork NSW programs on mental health.