Injury Prevention Tips: Manual Handling
Monday, 13 Jun 2016

Free Poster! The most common cause of work related injuries in Australia is manual handling. 34% of workplace injuries are caused through lifting, pushing, pulling and bending.

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Flag It!
Monday, 13 Jun 2016

Free Factsheet A term you may hear regularly is 'flag'. The flag concept focuses more on the psychosocial influences of the return to work process and can be used alongside the biopsychosocial model.

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An Evidence Based Return to Work Approach
Monday, 13 Jun 2016

When a worker is injured in the workplace, some workplaces can fall into the trap of believing a simple return to work program is the only requirement to assist workers back to work.

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Hand and Wrist Exercises
Monday, 01 Jun 2015

Free Hand and Wrist Stretch Card! When people think of exercising and stretching, many neglect to include the hands and wrists. By stretching our hands and wrists we minimise the risk of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) or Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS), which accounts for a significant number of workplace injuries.

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Managing Fatigue in the Workplace
Monday, 01 Jun 2015

Free Toolbox Talk! We know that fatigue isn’t the most exciting topic to talk about, but it’s an important one, especially in context to the workplace.

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Lower Back Pain Explained
Monday, 01 Jun 2015

Free Fact Sheet! To help you understand what causes and prevents lower back pain, we’ve asked our Physiotherapists to provide some information regarding this common workplace injury.

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Mental Resilience in the Workplace
Monday, 01 Jun 2015

Free Fact Sheet When someone is injured at work, it’s equally as important to focus on protecting their mental health, as well as their physical health.

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Injury Prevention Tips
Monday, 01 Jun 2015

Free Poster! Making sure your workers are aware of safe work practices is key to injury prevention. To help with this, we’ve created an Injury Prevention Tips Poster that provides simple but effective information.

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The Pandemic Preparedness Team (PPT) has recommended the suspension of spirometry and saliva (oral fluid) drug testing services in our Victorian clinics until further notice.

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