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REDUCING WORKPLACE STRESS FOR YOUR M8TES

Your most important tool for a thriving workforce

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IT STARTS WITH KNOWING YOUR M8TES

DO YOU KNOW THE MENTAL HEALTH OF YOUR WORKPLACE?

WORKER WELLBEING HAS A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON MORE THAN JUST THE INDIVIDUAL

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76% of workers in Victoria defence manufacturing sector experience stress at work

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Left unaddressed work-related stress can manifest into physical or mental injury

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Disengaged workers cost workplaces $4,594 per worker each year in lost productivity

NO STRESS M8 IS A TOOL TO SUPPORT YOU

Leadership commitment and action is essential to create a stress free and safe workplace with supervisors and direct managers having the biggest influence on worker wellbeing.

 

We’ve put together resources and tools informed by research and designed by workers in manufacturing to support you and your workers.

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FOR SENIOR MANAGEMENT & HR/WHS MANAGERS

It all starts with you.

 

Change comes from the top.

 

Visible commitment from senior management, HR and work health & safety managers is key to creating a thriving, safe and productive workplace.

 

Your actions then set the tone of what is to follow.

 

Own your responsibilities and create a safe and productive workforce.

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FOR SUPERVISORS & DIRECT MANAGERS

It’s in your hands.

 

You are the most important influencer of your workm8tes wellbeing & performance. You have a key role in preventing work-related stress - as you have the greatest impact on their day-to-day stress, and you are in the best position to notice when a workm8te might be struggling.

 

Big responsibility sure, but you don’t need big shoulders for this one.

 

You have all the tools you need to master this right here.

 

Together we’ve got this.

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TAKE ACTION & MAKE AN IMPACT

Short on time? It doesn’t take much time and effort to make an impact.

Here are some things to get you started today.

EVERYDAY ACTIONS
 

We’ve put together a useful list of everyday actions that benefit you, your workers and your workplace so you can start making a difference today.

DESIGN A BETTER JOB

 

We’ve put together a useful tool with information and checklists about designing a better and stress free job.

WRF (WORK RELATED FACTORS) & PREVENTION

Learn about what the key hazards workers face, how they show up and what to do about them.

COVID-19 WORKPLACES

 

Understand how COVID-19 has and continues to impact both the work and home for workers and how you can help.

MORE ON MENTAL HEALTH & WORK WELLBEING

Almost half of all Australians will experience mental ill-health at some point in their life. Work has an important role to play in our mental health and wellbeing.

 

While our workplaces can increase our risk for mental and physical harm, they can also offer us protection and decrease this risk. Work provides social contacts, feelings of purpose, increased self-esteem and life satisfaction.

 

Understanding the different factors that increase or decrease risk is vital to securing worker physical and mental safety.

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ABOUT NO STRESS M8 & ANYWISE

This website was originally created as part of the project 4WM - Work, Worker and Workplace Wellbeing in Manufacturing. The project aim was to better understand the work-related factors impacting worker mental health and wellbeing in Victoria's defence manufacturing sector. The website was developed as a tool to prevent mental injury in the future.

 

This project was originally funded under the WorkSafe Victoria's WorkWell Mental Health Improvement Fund by Rapid Context an Australian research consulting firm with significant subject matter expertise in organisational culture.

In 2023, Anywise acquired the IP rights to the site and its underpinning research in order to broaden its impact across other sectors and regions.

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