Your workplace has a direct influence on the health and wellbeing of your workers: physically, mentally, economically and socially. The state of your workers' health and wellbeing then affects the health and wellbeing of their families and our community.
That's why you can create positive change in more than just your workplace by promoting good health to your employees.
Members of the Better Work Network have told us that while it's fairly easy to get hold of WHS information, it is harder to get their hands on information about health and wellbeing.
So we've included a section on health and wellbeing based on information provided in the publication Your Simple Guide to Workplace Health and Wellbeing (a collaboration between WorkCover Tasmania and Population Health, Department of Health and Human Services).