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By Helen Borger

If we’re serious about addressing mental health risks at work, we must aim to remove harm at the source and intervene early, not just paint over or massage the symptoms, writes Helen Borger.

A quick online search reveals a plethora of advice and information about choosing the right mood-altering paint colours for office walls and selecting the best beanbags for worksite chill-out spaces. Not to mention the availability of on-site massages to ease employee tension and anxiety.

National Safety Magazine Continue reading or download the full story of Mind Set (PDF, 264kB) here.

Published in National Safety magazine, May-June 2014.

 

 

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