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IT COMES IN MANY FORMS

WorkSafe continue their work-related gendered violence campaign, raising awareness of employer obligations on prevention and reporting and promoting tools to support duty holders and HSRs. Checkout the campaign page for information on:

  • Prevention
  • Responding
  • Incident reporting
  • Where to find immediate help
  • Other resources such as workplaces posters and media

There are also links to support services for those exposed to gendered violence at work, including the following helplines.

 

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