Calling all mining industry professionals. Do you want to have your say on the WA mining industry?
You’re invited to take part in the Mental Awareness, Respect and Safety Program in the mining industry - Landmark Study
Curtin University, working with the Western Australian Government, have designed a research and evaluation project - the Mental Awareness, Respect and Safety (MARS) Landmark Study - to better understand the working lives of people in the mining industry to help improve mental health, wellbeing, culture and respect in the mining industry. The Mental Health Commission is a partner agency of the MARS program, driving particular initiatives to support positive change in the sector.
Hearing from workers to understand their experiences is a vital step in building the highest quality work environment within the mining sector.
If you work in the Western Australian mining industry (in any type of role, at any level) please participate in the MARS Landmark Study Worker Survey. All responses are confidential.
Hurry, the survey closes at COB Wednesday 31 May 2023.
Participation in this survey will help Curtin University to make sensible, evidence-based recommendations to the Western Australian Government to help create and sustain positive change in the WA mining industry.
Thank you for your support!
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For further information and resources contact Curtin University who can also provide a suite of marketing materials, access to paper surveys and any guidance you might need.