Safework SA has opened their next round of funding in WHS, with $650,000 worth of grants up for grabs.
Previous projects funded by grants include research into making shift work safer, supporting mentally healthy workplaces in the community services sector and developing drug and alcohol policies for workers in primary industries.
“Each year South Australia is fortunate to have high calibre researchers willing to tackle tough issues and industry groups eager to improve work health and safety practice for everyone’s benefit,” Marie Boland, acting Executive Director, said.
“Reducing work-related injuries by 50 per cent by 2022 in South Australia requires commitment across industries and within workplaces, with research and innovation key tools to achieving this.”
There are four categories to apply within, as below:
Applicants have until 13 November 2015 to submit their request for funding.
More information can be found here.