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The Arts Wellbeing Collective has recently received funding from Worksafe’s WorkWell Mental Health Improvement Fund. The WorkWell Mental Health Improvement Fund provides funding to organisations or industry groups committed to making systemic change to create thriving workplaces.

We require your assistance to evaluate the overall effectiveness of Worksafe’s WorkWell Program via a short survey.

Your evaluation will help to generate an evidence base that can provide workplaces with examples of how to prevent mental injury and promote mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.

The data collected will also establish a baseline which will help the Arts Wellbeing Collective project to track developments over the next two years.

Click here to complete the survey

Please share this HSE Survey with your colleagues and encourage them to participate. This data collection is a vital step in helping make Victorian workers safe.

Participating in the survey is voluntary and the data is completely anonymous. Personal or health information from participants is not collected as part of the HSE Survey.

All data will be stored securely on password protected servers. Data will be de-identified and analysed by WorkSafe and only aggregated data will be reported back to the Arts Centre Melbourne.

Click here to understand more about the evaluation tool, the HSE survey.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Chris Clark (Chris.Clark@artscentremelbourne.com.au).

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