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An important factor to achieving safety in your workplace is good work design. GWD involves  designing work tasks, systems, and equipment in a way that optimises workplace health & safety, worker performance, worker well-being, job satisfaction, and business success.


  • Implementing, improving, and developing good work design (GWD) in the workplace is essential to help reduce psychosocial harm, increase productivity, and benefit worker well-being
  • Identifying where good work design (GWD) is required involves considering the systems, processes, physical environment, and emotional demands of performing a task. After consultation with workers and experts, putting a system or procedure in place which applies good work design (GWD)
  • Good work design (GWD) within transport and logistics requires a collaborative approach between employers, leaders, workers, and industry experts to identify and implement effective strategies to create safe and productive workplaces

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