Mental health at work

Creating a mentally healthy workplace is the responsibility of all employers, leaders and workers in NSW.

Make your workplace safer and healthier by learning about how to manage mental health, registering for free training and coaching and completing the Workplace Wellbeing Assessment.

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Find out how mentally healthy your business is with the Workplace Wellbeing Assessment

Survey your staff and get tailored actions to improve your workplace with our free digital tool. 

Using insights from your leaders and workers, you will learn how your business is performing in areas critical to workplace mental health.

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What is the Workplace Wellbeing Assessment?

Learn about our new Workplace Wellbeing Assessment tool.

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What is the Workplace Wellbeing Assessment?

Did you know there is a free tool that takes the guess work out of how to become a mentally healthier workplace?

It’s called the Workplace Wellbeing Assessment. 

This digital tool lets you survey your staff and measure how your business is performing in areas critical to people’s mental health at work, like leadership and culture.  

If you or your executives are looking for robust analysis on: 

  • How mental health experiences vary across your organisation 
  • What actions you can take to keep your workers safe and engaged
  • And a way to measure and report on your progress over time, 

then the Workplace Wellbeing Assessment is for you.  

It’s not hard to start.


  1. Create your free account
  2. Survey your staff
  3. And download your detailed and confidential report

To get started, go to and search for ‘Workplace Wellbeing Assessment’

Tools and resources for your workplace


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Managing mental health

A mentally healthy workplace benefits every employee and every business. Learn how to create a mentally healthy workplace and the benefits to doing so, how to get and give support, and the factors that impact people's mental health.


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Workplace Pulse Check

Find out how well your workplace is supporting mental health by completing the 11-question Workplace Pulse Check. Get a comparison on how mentally healthy your workplace is compared to others of the same business size and industry.


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Mentally healthy workplace resources

Resources to help businesses, leaders and others to create a mentally healthy workplace. Find practical resources for small businesses, training, recovery at work and more. 


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Manufacturing resource kit

The manufacturing sector has common factors that can increase the risk of workers developing poor mental health. This resource kit outlines the risk factors, how to address them, and what you can do to create a mentally healthy workplace.  


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Regional resource kit

Regional and remote businesses face unique challenges that impact workplace mental health. This resource kit has tailored advice and resources for regional businesses to promote, manage and support mental health at work.

What workplace wellbeing is – and isn’t

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Success stories

Watch videos of businesses who have already taken part in our free programs.

Hear what they learned and the positive impacts they are experiencing, including better workplace culture, improved work-life balance, increased productivity and reduced staff leave.

Watch success stories

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Mental health at work ambassadors

Leaders play an important role in reducing stigma and driving policies and practices at work that promote mental health.

We have partnered with leaders from a range of industries and sectors, who are creating positive change.

Meet our ambassadors

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