FREE TOOLKIT FOR MENTALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACES

Our comrades at the ASU have launched a new toolkit which provides resources and information to assist workers lead the change to mentally healthy workplaces.

Focussing on the power of workers and tailored to the local government & community services sector the WorkSafe-supported toolkit promotes a grass roots approach with user-friendly navigation and clearly organised topics the information presented is easily accessible and includes downloadable resources and tools.

If you and your DWG would like to join community workers committed to creating mentally healthy workplaces, the ASU’s free toolkit can be found here.

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