Three in Ten Construction Apprentices At Risk of Suicide
As many as three in ten apprentices in the Queensland construction industry are at risk of suicide, a study involving 1,483 apprentices in that state has...
Three Quarters of Construction Project Managers are Stressed at Work
Almost three quarters of construction project managers throughout Australia experience at least moderate levels of stress at work, the latest research has found.
Australia Must Eliminate Bullying on Construction Sites
When describing her two years of employment as a labourer at Melbourne based civil construction company Winslow Construction, Kate Mathews told ABC it was “A filthy...
Psychosis Blamed in $6m Victoria Realtor Case
An ice-using Melbourne real estate agent misappropriated more than $6 million from clients because of a psychotic disorder, his psychiatrist says.
Open Dialogue Needed for Construction Industry Mental Health
One of the worst things for 39-year-old Melbourne-based widow Donna Shanahan is not knowing why her husband Brett chose to drive into the bush one morning...
Digital Mental Fitness Program for Construction Professionals
We all know that the Australian construction industry’s efficiency in delivering our much needed infrastructure is absolutely central to Australia’s future economic prosperity.
Coroner Calls for Changes to Hobart’s Tasman Bridge
The Tasmanian government needs to spend between $8 million and $76 million to make Hobart's Tasman Bridge suicide-proof, a coroner says.
Does Your Workplace Promote Mental Health?
When thinking about health and safety in the workplace, it may be easy to overlook mental illnesses.
Tall Tower Design Aims to Improve Health
An urbanising world must include architecture that is designed to enhance well being, but the man-made world of rectangles and straight lines is not known for...