After 2020 we had hoped things might calm down, however 2021 is starting off with a rollercoaster, and not necessarily one of the fun ones.
Our new Safety Initiatives campaign delivers timely safety advice about topics personnel are likely to be exposed to in their work.
Our psychological wellbeing workshops have been developed by Safety, Health and Wellbeing to help you identify ways you can take care of your own wellbeing, and recognise and support the wellbeing of your teams and colleagues.
After a long year, the holiday period is a welcomed break for many of us, bringing time to catch up with family and friends, and to relax.
The holiday season is almost here, which for many of us means it is time to relax and have some fun with our friends and families.
We are interested in feedback about the wellbeing and support options to find out what could be improved, changed or added.
Have you ever fancied yourself as Tom Selleck or Burt Reynolds? Perhaps you're more inspired by Kiwi legends like Sir Peter Blake or Billy T. James? Maybe you’ve just seen the latest Borat movie? Well, Movember is your chance to shine, and all for a good cause.
Missed the Mental Health Awareness Week Q&A session on Monday? You can now watch the entire Wellness Webinar with Clinical Psychologist Catherine Gallagher on the Portal.
Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week. How are you and your team going to get involved?
This year hasn't been easy, and Mental Health Awareness Week is a great opportunity to remind ourselves what wellbeing looks and feels like.