The day provides an opportunity to reflect on how to prevent work-related occupational diseases, deaths, injuries, and illnesses.
It is also a day to remember those that have died from a work-related injury or illness.
The World Day for Safety and Health at Work theme for 2021 as set by the International Labour Organisation is; Anticipate, prepare and respond to crises and invest now in resilient OHS systems. The theme acknowledges the impact that COVID-19 has had on our working lives and the importance of building an effective, resilient, and adaptable WHS framework.
Throughout the pandemic HenderCare developed (and has continually updated) our COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Interim Risk Management Guidelines to help ensure those working out on the front-line have remained as safe as possible.
At HenderCare, we care about our teams’ health and safety, and offer an extensive range of training available to our staff. To find out more about our training options, please visit https://www.hendercare.com.au/work-with-us/professional-development/.
We believe training leads to increased job satisfaction, safety, and better outcomes for both team and service recipients. This World Day for Safety and Health at Work, we thank each of our team members for working safely to protect themselves and our community.