Get involved with WorkSafe Month

Why should I get involved?

Ensuring Tasmanians are ‘Safe and Well Every Day’ is the promise WorkSafe Tasmania makes to the Tasmanian community. We want to see workers return home safely to their families everyday. Getting involved is our opportunity to be a part of that promise.

How can I get involved?

  • Attend a WorkSafe Month event for an easy way to get up-to-date health, safety and wellbeing information. Be sure to visit our Events Calendar for all of our events.
  • Hold an event in your workplace. Talk with your employer to find out what your workplace is doing during WorkSafe Month.
  • If you’re planning a WorkSafe Month event, then we want to hear about it.

Tell us what you planning to do during WorkSafe Month and we will acknowledge your workplace activity on our website. Simply email with details.

What types of events can I run in my workplace?

Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • health and safety presentations or seminars
  • healthy breakfast, morning or afternoon tea
  • emergency evacuation drill
  • health and safety quizzes and competitions
  • guest speaker
  • information handouts.

Some of those that are getting involved WorkSafe Month this year

Get 15% off all Epilepsy Smart workplace training booked during WorkSafe Month.

Create a safe and epilepsy-friendly workplace for staff and customers. Epilepsy Smart workplace training helps staff and volunteers understand epilepsy and seizure first-aid.

Building healthy and supportive workplaces breakfast
Tuesday 22 October from 7.00 am to 8.45 am
Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

More details and registration links here

TasTAFE is running their annual TasTAFESAFE WHS Week during Worksafe month for all of their staff

TasTAFESAFE is their WHS Management system and this is their sixth annual WHS Week. This year it runs from 21-25 October.

TasWater has put together an extensive program for their staff statewide

TasWater an extensive program planned for their staff during WorkSafe Month

  • 15-18 sessions planned across the state, in the last 2 weeks in October
  • TasWater have developed presentations including vehicle safety, mobile plant, mental health
  • they have sponsorship/support from Red Cross, the Cancer Council and Tasmania Police
  • in addition to TasWater workers, they have invited local government workers
  • they have purchased defibrillators for their sites