Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions form the majority of workers’ compensation costs in Australia. For most businesses that have manual job roles, musculoskeletal conditions such as shoulder and back strains are common place, and will form the[…]
We all know the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. Goldilocks lets herself into the home of the three bears and tries out the porridge, chairs and beds. Some are too hard, hot and large, whilst some are too soft, cold and small – though in[…]
A young person’s game.
Workers’ Compensation rates for the meat industry remain significantly higher in every state in Australia when compared to other industries (Australian Meat Processor Corporation, 2018). Swickers is a large abattoir and meat processing facility[…]
May 31st is World No Tobacco Day. This may be the perfect time for your workplace to launch a quit smoking initiative.
Smoking is currently the greatest risk to the health and wellness of Australians. It is the leading cause of[…]
Getting off the couch and starting to run sounds easy, but in reality, it is quite a challenge. Our bodies have an amazing ability to change and adapt to which ever pursuit we wish follow.
It’s a common story - a worker returns from annual leave and within the first couple of weeks of returning has an injury. So the question is why?