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Workplace Essentials Program - Maturity Level 2

Businesses want to ensure that they are maintaining best practice standards when it comes to workplace relations, but this can be difficult without the necessary resources and expertise.

Maintaining best practice standards is essential for any business, but it can be difficult to know where to start or how to keep up with changes in legislation.

Workplace Relations Essentials Program provides businesses with a framework and assessment against best practice standards of HR and WH&S. The program includes a self-assessment questionnaire, library of resources and materials, and support from Certified By experts.

How it Works

ALL PROGRAMS include access to a digital library of amazing tools & resources

This Program Includes

  • 10 Components
  • FREE Smart Self Assessment
  • FREE Risk Report: High-Med-Low
  • Action Management Module
  • Digital Library of Resources
  • 24/7 Access: Mobile & TV

Optional: Program Review & Certificate of Assessment​

Program Modules

1. Impact & Costs

Understanding and managing the effects and expenses of how you treat your employees and maintain safety in the workplace. It's about realising how good HR practices and a safe work environment not only benefit employees but also save the business money in the long run, by reducing accidents, improving employee satisfaction, and increasing productivity.

2. Employee Hiring

The process of finding and bringing in new staff in a fair, inclusive, and safe way. It's about making sure the hiring process is free from bias, gives everyone a fair chance, and selects candidates who are not only skilled but also a good fit for the company's culture and values. This includes considering health and safety aspects, ensuring new hires can work safely, and are aware of safety practices.

3. Employee Induction

The process of introducing new employees to the company. It involves teaching them about the company culture, their role, policies, and especially the health and safety rules they need to follow. This helps new staff understand how to do their jobs well and safely, and makes them feel welcomed and prepared.

4. Policies & Procedures

The rules and guidelines you set up to manage your employees and ensure a safe working environment. These policies cover everything from hiring practices to how to handle workplace conflicts, and the procedures ensure that health and safety standards are met. They are like a handbook for both employees and managers to know how to act, what to expect, and how to handle different situations at work.

5. Prevent Injury

Taking steps to make sure that employees don't get hurt on the job. This involves creating a safe work environment, training employees on safety practices, and constantly checking and improving safety measures. It's about being proactive to identify and fix potential hazards before they cause harm.

6. Insurance

Having financial protection in case something goes wrong, like an employee getting injured at work. It's about the business taking out policies that cover costs related to accidents, injuries, or other workplace issues. This insurance helps the business handle these unexpected events without huge financial strain.

7. Working From Home

Allowing employees to do their jobs from outside the traditional office environment, typically from their homes. It's about adapting work practices to ensure employees can work safely, efficiently, and effectively from a remote location. This includes providing the right technology, ensuring a safe home workspace, and maintaining good communication and management practices.

8. Emergency & First Aid

Being prepared to handle unexpected accidents or health issues at work. This includes having first aid kits, trained first aid responders, and clear plans for emergencies like fires or natural disasters. It's about ensuring that if something goes wrong, there are measures in place to provide immediate help and keep employees safe.

9. Mental Health

Focusing on the psychological well-being of their employees. It's about creating a work environment that supports mental health, offering resources like counseling or stress management programs, and ensuring that the workplace culture is open and supportive about mental health issues. This includes addressing factors like workload, work-life balance, and workplace relationships that can affect mental health.

10. Return To Work

Helping employees come back to work safely and effectively after a period of absence, especially due to illness or injury. It's about creating a plan that eases them back into their role, maybe with adjusted duties or hours to start with. This process includes working with the employee, their doctors, and possibly other specialists to ensure that their return is manageable and doesn't risk their health.

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