Resources for workers, their families and employers to assist with prevention and recovery from work-related psychological injury or mental illness.
WHS Poster Library
Search our range of WHS posters, available for you to download and start displaying in your workplace straight away.
Occupational Violence and Aggression
We understand that many workers (particularly in the aged care and retail sectors) have experienced some degree of violence and aggression in their careers. We are investing in ...
This collection provides a range of helpful resources to support employers, supervisors and employees navigate unique challenges of an ageing workforce.
Police Career Transition
Resources and support for NSW Police Officers transitioning to a new career.
PTSD in Emergency Services
Resources for workers and clinicians to help protect emergency service workers from the impacts of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mental illness.
Career transition: Support services and programs
EML has compiled a list of the support services and programs health practitioners can share with injured NSW Police employees.
Family Support for Emergency Services
Family support of an emergency service professional: husband or wife, partner, son, daughter or sibling, can make a huge difference to your loved one’s recovery from injury or m...
First Appointment videos
The First Appointment videos help you be mentally and physically prepared to start treatment with a psychologist, psychiatrist and exercise physiologist.
Preventing manual task injuries
Manual task injuries put tradies out of work across Australia every day. Take a look at our video collection for guidance on safer manual handling.
Helping healthcare employers support their ageing workforce
Improve return to work rates for older injured healthcare workers, through these five types of interventions recommended by our recent study.
Psychological safety at work
Discover a new way to support the mental wellbeing of your people through the training, tools and support resources made available through EML's Mutual Benefits Program.
(Mis)behave with Dave
Reduce the risk of absenteeism, anxiety and depression with a positive workplace environment. EML’s six-part video series will show you how
Supporting our retail customers address occupational violence
Free training and resources now available to help employers and their workers manage the complex issue of occupational violence and aggression.
Protecting workers in hospitality
Whilst Covid-19 restrictions are gradually easing, staff are still required to continue to manage Covid-19 compliance. This can place workers at risk of being subjected to workp...
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Reducing the risk of injury in the event of a crisis
Find out how G8 Education successfully reduced the risk of physical and psychological injury of both their team members and children during a crisis, and improved the organisati...
Helping create safer workplaces
Access our freely available articles, resources, videos, case studies, links and resources to help safeguard your workers from accidents and help your injured workers recover an...
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Protecting workplace mental health
The initiative titled ‘Mind Your Head’ (MYH) is funded by EML’s Mutual Benefits Program and is a collaboration between the ACTU and EML, supported by WorkSafe’s WorkWell Mental ...
Improving your mental health through exercise
Exercise is one of the best things you can do to preserve mental health or recover from mental illness.
The benefits are mutual
EML reinvests funds back into services and research initiatives to assist employers to create safer workplaces and support injured workers return to work sooner. Take a look...
Work it out - PTSD & emergency services
Physical activity plays an important role not only in maintaining mental wellbeing but managing the symptoms of mental injury, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Back pain is not always a worry
Many people suffer back pain at some point in their lives, but very rarely is there a serious cause, and most people will recover quickly.
Managing finances - FAQs
These frequently asked questions (FAQs) are related to managing finances as part of the resources and information available for NSW Police Officers transitioning to a new career.
Earning Capacity Assessment
An Earning Capacity Assessment is performed to determine the appropriate weekly pay rate for a worker whose circumstances are described in Section 40A of the 1987 Act.
Working in a new career
General advice on the entitlements that may be available to NSW Police Officers transitioning to working new career.
Capacity for work outside of NSW Police
You are unable to return to work with NSW Police, however your treatment providers have certified you as having some capacity for work outside of the NSWPF.
No capacity for work
You have had your last day of service with NSW Police and you remain certified as having no capacity for work.
The following information provides general advice on the entitlements that may be available to NSW Police Officers depending on their capacity for work.
Mental health workers compensation claim: guide for employers
Ways to support an employee who has sustained a psychological injury at work, whether it’s ok to ask an employee about their mental health history, and providing a mentally heal...
Career progression after a mental health workers compensation claim
Career progression after a psychological injury: what to consider before lodging a claim, returning to work after time away, and looking for your next job.
Pathways to new careers
Sometimes, getting your life back after injury means taking a different career path.
Preventing disability with PGAP
Chronic pain and long-term injury are among Australia’s most expensive health problems and a significant cause of people being unable to return to work.