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Centre for Safety

Quarter 4, 2015
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The UWA Centre for Safety has had another productive and engaging year, making progress in a range of areas within health and safety in innovative ways. We would like to thank our partners, collaborators and subscribers for their continued support and we are excited about continuing our existing collaborations and establishing new connections in the new year with the aim of making workplaces better, healthier and safer.

We hope you enjoy the last quarterly email for 2015, a well-being themed issue just in time for the holidays.

We wish you all the best for the coming year!
From the UWA Centre for Safety team
According to SafeWork Australia, mental stress costs Australian businesses more than $10 billion a year. In addition to monetary costs, mental stress can have detrimental impacts on individuals and their families.
Discover what our researchers are doing in collaboration with industry and government to tackle the issue of mental health, and improve the work life of employees from a range of industries.

Read more here

UWA & PwC: The Opportunity to Thrive

Decades of research has shown that employees who experience positive states of mental health experience greater overall well-being, perform better at work and help drive stronger organisational performance. Read more about what thriving means for your workforce in our latest thought leadership piece, the result of a collaboration between PwC Australia and a team from the UWA Accelerated Learning Lab.

Read more here
Meet the Researchers: Francesco Cangiano
Meet Francesco Cangiano, one of the PhD candidates associated with the UWA Centre for Safety and Accelerated Learning Lab.
In this video Francesco describes his research project which looks at how certain states such as feeling competent, feeling autonomous and feeling related to others can affect psychological well-being at work.

Watch here
Get Involved!
Research is a big part of what we do here at the Centre for Safety and our research relies on people like you volunteering to participate in our studies.
Visit our website to take part and help us to drive health and safety innovation foward!
Participate here
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The Centre for Safety is proudly supported by Rio Tinto and ERGT Australia
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