Category: Information and Research

WA Management blog posts in the form of Information Sheets and Research Blogs.

Top 10 Fire Safety Tips for the Workplace

The needs of every workplace when ensuring their fire safety needs are met are unique – however, there are some actions you can take in any workplace to improve the fire safety of your business and employees. Keep reading for our top tips! 1. Maintain Good Workplace Housekeeping Keeping a clean and uncluttered environment is […]

Staying Safe on Site: Top 10 Tips for Construction Site Health and Safety Risk Management

Construction is a high-risk industry, both for injuries, and for ill health. Controlling these risks is paramount in protecting your workforce, and there are many different aspects to be considered – keep reading for an overview of how you can achieve effective Health and Safety risk management on site. 1. Common Health and Safety Risks […]

Top 10 Tips for Supporting Your WFH Employees

With many employees now working remotely, either full-time or as part of a hybrid schedule, it is essential that employers are well-equipped with knowledge of how best to support their work from home staff. So, what do you need to do to support your remote workers at home? 1. Carry out a home worker risk […]

Top 10 Tips for Practising Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a technique which involves noticing what’s happening in the present moment, without judgement, and increasing your awareness of your mind, body or surroundings. It aims to help you increase your self-awareness, reduce stress, cope with difficult or unhelpful thoughts, and choose how you respond to thoughts and feelings. Keep reading to learn about […]

Top 10 Actions You Need to Take in Preventing Legionnaire’s Disease

Under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, employers have a duty to understand, assess, and control the risks of legionella bacteria. Keep reading to learn more about the actions this involves. 1. Understand what Legionnaire’s disease is Legionnaire’s disease is a form of pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria, which can be found […]

Carbon Reduction: Top 10 Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint At Work

We all have a responsibility to reduce our carbon footprint and waste where possible. From individuals, to SMEs, to corporations, there are actions we can take at every level to minimise our environmental impact. This blog looks at actions those in the construction industry, which is responsible for 10% of all carbon dioxide emissions in […]

Top 10 Ways to Support Mental Health Welfare at Work

Employees have a duty of care to ensure that they are doing all they reasonably can to support their employees’ mental health and wellbeing. By creating an environment where employees feel comfortable talking openly about mental health, problems are less likely to build up to unmanageable levels, resulting in less time taken off for poor […]

Top 10 Tips for Controlling Hazardous Substances at Work

Hazardous substances are responsible for illness in thousands of workers every year, and can cause a number of serious conditions such as asthma, cancer and skin disease. It is essential that employers take precautionary measures to protect their workers from these substances. Keep reading for our advice on how to take control in your workplace […]

Top 10 Tips for Effective PPE Training

Proper training is essential to the effective use of personal protective equipment in the workplace, and should leave users with sufficient knowledge on how to equip, use, maintain and store any PPE they may use. So, what steps can you take to ensure your PPE training is effective? 1. Be guided by risk assessments Risk […]

Top 10 Tips for Protecting Your Employee’s Hearing at Work

Employers have a responsibility by law to protect the hearing of their employees by eliminating or reducing risks from exposure to noise. The complexity of the actions required will depend on the level of risk, but the steps you should take to protect your employees are very similar – keep reading to learn more! 1. […]