We have Fit for Work programs across all operations to support our people physically and mentally perform their work tasks and not adversely impact their own, or their co-workers’, health and safety.
Our Fit for Work programs include medical assessment, fatigue management and risk-based drug and alcohol programs. Medical assessments evaluate potential risks with the individual, the environment and their role. Interventions such as functional assessments are used to further define physical capability to safely perform tasks, and can identify a need for physical rehabilitation or task redesign.
Our fatigue management plans and drug and alcohol programs are designed to minimise health impacts to our people through risk mitigation by reducing the likelihood of incidents, injury and illness at our operations.
We recognise that a person’s well-being can be related to factors both internal and external to the workplace. We undertake initiatives to help support our people to manage their own health and well-being so that when they are at work they can be present, alert and engaged. We provide all employees and their family members access to external employee assistance providers. These services support, guide and coach people to manage their own well-being. Mental health awareness and improvement projects are periodically undertaken by operations.
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