Sometimes we are so focused on maintaining the health of our communities that we find it challenging to look after our own health and wellbeing.
Thatís why we recently published a collection of resources to assist you in maintaining your own health and wellbeing as you go about the vital task of caring for others.
Our health and safety handbook for 2011, Looking after you: Being well at work provides a range of information on the benefits of investing in workplace health promotion programs, guidance on how to implement such programs and assistance on how to manage issues such as stress, fatigue and poor eating habits in the workplace. Read more »
The recent Queensland floods and cyclones significantly affected the emotional wellbeing of many Queenslanders. In most cases the initial emotional distress will gradually settle. However, some people may still be experiencing emotional reactions such as nervousness, mood swings, shame, irritability, anger, worry, frustration Read more »
Thursday 15 September is R U OK? Day. You can help by hosting an R U OK? This important day of action aims to get people to connect with colleagues, friends and loved ones by reaching out to anyone doing it tough and asking ďAre you OK?Ē Itís not just about reaching out to people in crisis but connecting with anyone youíre concerned about. Day event within your own workplace Ė it can be as simple as having a conversation over a quick break from work. Read more »