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Health At Work

Since most men spend about a third of their waking hours at work, finding ways to incorporate health into the workplace is one way of improving male health rates.

Conversely, the health impacts of not being able to find work or undertaking dangerous or stressful work are well-documented.

This section provides resources that promote healthy workplaces and examine programs that improve male health at work.

BeyondBlue: Heads Up

Heads Up calls on business leaders to make a commitment and start taking action in their workplaces. Over 2,500 Australian business representatives has contributed their knowledge and experience to this initiative. Create an action plan that’s tailored for your business, and use this interactive tool to define and prioritise your goals, identify risk areas and take a step-by-step approach to creating a mentally healthy workplace.

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