Australian employers pay out over half a billion dollars each year for work-related mental health conditions.  For the first time, a State government has set out a code of practice for the mental health of fly-in-fly-out workers. Build on our website all the Policies you need to ensure you comply with this and all the other new industrial relation rules – right across Australia.

Our Policies that you build online are fully compliant with the “Mentally healthy workplaces for fly-in-fly-out workers in the resources and constructions sectors” code. Our Policies that you can build on our website protect you for:

  • hazard identification
  • support and culture
  • accommodation
  • rostering

You can build all the Policies online that every employer needs. You build them all at the same time. They satisfy:

  • mental health in the workplace is a factor, if not the predominant issue
  • fitness for work queries
  • workplace investigations
  • unfair dismissal
  • adverse action claims
  • performance management
  • bullying
  • conduct issues

The Polices that our law firm provides for employers throughout Australia issues are respectful and appropriate and evidence a clear strategy of support. Everything the draconian and employee biased legislation requires.

All business owners and managers must have a set of legally prepared Polices. They allow you to stay ahead of the trend. They are not just for FIFO employees or the resources and construction sectors. Our Policies contains the information that has broad application, particularly for businesses who require workers to travel long distances or reside on a work site.

If you have Policies now is the time to adopt the latest rules buy building our fully compliant Policies.

Every workplace is unique and has a personality and an energy. Build our Policies to continue that journey to greatness in your business.

Adjunct Professor, Dr Brett Davies, CTA, AIAMA, BJuris, LLB, LLM, MBA, SJD
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