10 Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) Tips
It’s great to have a job while studying, but remaining safe in the workplace is vital. These 10 Workplace, Health & Safety (WHS) tips will help you minimise risks and hazards in the workplace – or even the uni space!
Keep Fire Doors Shut
Clear the Hallways
Pick up Heavy Items the Right Way
Make Note of Emergency Items
Correct Your Posture
Did you know that using incorrect posture while sitting at your desk or working on the computer can cause physical strain and injury?
Minimise Eye Fatigue
What’s eye fatigue? It’s when your eyes become red, tired, dry, blurry and/or sore from staring at the computer screen too much. No one wants that!
Learn Emergency Procedures
Don’t Put Up With Harassment
Avoid & Fix Electrical Nasties
Watch the Temperature
Are you on top of your Workplace Health and Safety? Remember, always reduce as many hazards and risks as possible to ensure a safe work or study spot for everyone!
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