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Joining the dots: stress, health & injury risk

Joining the dots: stress, health & injury risk

When the physical and psychosocial demands of a worker are greater than their ability to cope with them, they experience stress. While a certain level of stress can be healthy and productive, too much stress can cause a variety of physical, mental and behavioural responses - which increases the risk of poor health outcomes, musculoskeletal disorders and pain.

Joining the dots: diabetes and worker safety

Joining the dots: diabetes and worker safety

The health and safety of your workforce is no longer simply about avoiding injuries and environmental hazards. Chronic disease and poor health is a huge risk that deserves investment. 

Joining the dots: type 2 diabetes, productivity, safety and prevention.

Joining the dots: type 2 diabetes, productivity, safety and prevention.

The health and safety of your workforce is no longer simply about avoiding injuries and environmental hazards. Chronic disease is now an emerging and important risk for the industry and prevention is proving a valuable investment for workplace health and safety professionals. Type 2 diabetes is an extremely common chronic disease that is having a big impact on the health and safety of your workforce.