Topic: Work Health and Safety

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Vaccines and the workplace – what directors need to know

As the recovery phase of the pandemic rolls out, there are countless questions and considerations for workers, employers and customers over vaccines and the workplace. Safe Work Australia (SWA), as a ...

Almost as good as being there

Nearly 18 months on from the introduction of temporary relief measures for online AGMs, over-communication is the order of the day, according to chairs and company secretaries who experienced the worl...

Five wellness tips to manage mental health

As lockdowns drag on in Australia, concerns for mental health rise. Here, business and life coach Shannah Kennedy offers tips and strategies for workers on balancing competing demands while working fr...

Home and away

Workplace health and safety (WHS) should guarantee that someone can go to work and return home again safely. But what happens when your home becomes your workplace?

Clayton Utz Report - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

As part of the AICD’s program of work on the board’s role in effectively addressing workplace sexual harassment, the AICD has commissioned a report by Clayton Utz to provide a practical ro...

AICD Governance Snapshot: The Board’s Role in Responding to Workplace Sexual Harassment – a ‘Compla...

The AICD encourages directors to work with management to develop an organisational framework that prioritises a transparent and ‘complainant centric’ approach in responding to sexual harassment in the...

Should you vaccinate your staff?

As large companies such as Westpac, Commonwealth Bank and fruit and vegetable processor SPC announce workplace vaccination programs and the government encourages big business to get involved in vaccin...

When organisational wellbeing became a necessity rather than a luxury

Health and safety is the single greatest risk faced by boards. With the ultimate responsibility and resulting consequences of health and safety governance practices resting with boards, identifying, q...

A matter of health and safety

Boards must ditch traditional non-disclosure agreements in favour of more effective tools that create a safe, open and transparent company culture.

Time to listen and act

Australia has had a necessary and overdue conversation about sexual harassment, sexual assault and women’s safety.
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