OneFortyOne is committed to building a wellbeing culture across the business, ensuring that every person goes ‘Home Safe and Well’ every day. 

‘Home Safe and Well’ is our ethos for every person associated with OneFortyOne. Together with our employees, contractors and partners we are building a culture of wellness that aims to increase our overall quality of life and reduce our risk of injury.

Better wellbeing improves the lives of our people – at home and at work. It makes each one of us happier and gives us the energy to invest more in the things that are most important to us. Prioritising wellbeing also keeps us safe: reduced mental and emotional health can be a significant contributor to increasing the risk of workplace incidents. Nurturing mental and emotional health is just as important to us as physical safety.

Our goal is to boost the wellbeing of our entire workforce. That means not only keeping them safe from physical harm, but also encouraging mental and emotional health. 

Our ongoing commitment to having everyone Home Safe and Well is a driving force behind all our work at OneFortyOne.

News and Resources

OneFortyOne welcomes opportunity to meet with SA Labor Party
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Millennials are choosing Australia’s regions to pursue careers
13 Jul 2020
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10 Jul 2020
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