Australian workplaces are failing to prioritise their employees’ health and wellbeing according to data from leading workplace safety organisation SAI Global. SAI Global reports half of Aussie workers have admitted bosses fail to send sick employees home, 2 in 5 have said work overload and stress is rife, and 1 in 3 suggest inadequate training… Read more »
Leading workplace safety organisation SAI Global is urging employers to prioritise the wellbeing of their employees, revealing five important benefits of doing so. Rod Beath, workplace safety specialist at SAI Global, says while employers are accustomed to looking at how they can implement changes in the business that prevent physical injuries, they are less confident… Read more »
Workplace safety organisation SAI global has released the finding of its latest report to reveal workplace bullying is rife in Australia. SAI discovered bullying is occurring at thirty per cent of organisations.
Despite businesses in Australia having a legal requirement to comply with their State’s Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) laws, more than 100,000 serious workplace injuries still occur every year. These range from mental stress, to trips and falls, to collisions with objects. SAI Global, leading auditing and training organisation in occupational health and safety, is… Read more »
David Smith, Principal Advisor in Business Improvement at SAI Global knows a thing or two about why businesses fail. Having carried out 100s of audits and training and certification for organisations of all sizes, Smith believes many Australian businesses lack processes and planning, which leads them to failure. “Problems associated with quality usually come from… Read more »